LONDON, Oct. 2, 2019 — Chambers honored King & Spalding partner Jules Quinn with its Outstanding Ally award at its inaugural Diversity & Inclusion Awards: Europe 2019.
Chambers highlighted Quinn as a “prominent figure in advising on the most critical diversity issues during her career as an employment lawyer.” Chambers specifically pointed to Quinn’s work advising a leading international technology company on the development of a Diversity Charter for its European panel firms in the wake of the #MeToo movement. At King & Spalding, Quinn has also initiated anti-harassment training seminars and drafted a new anti-harassment policy. In addition, she has facilitated the firm’s Pride network, which hosted its first-ever Pride event for the London office.
King & Spalding senior associate Krishna Omkar was a finalist for the “Future Leader – LGBT+” award.
The awards ceremony was held on October 1 in Amsterdam.
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