LONDON, Aug. 23, 2019 — King & Spalding partner Jules Quinn and senior associate Krishna Omkar have earned spots on the shortlist for the inaugural Chambers Europe Diversity & Inclusion Awards.
Quinn, whose practice focuses on labor and employment, is a finalist in the “Outstanding Ally” category. Omkar, a member of the firm’s corporate team, is a finalist in the “Future Leader – LGBT+” category.
According to Chambers, the Diversity & Inclusion Awards celebrate in-house legal teams and law firms “who are furthering the advancement of diversity and inclusion across Europe,” in addition to providing an opportunity for both general counsel and law firms to demonstrate the “key work and success they are bringing to shifting the inclusion dial.”
Chambers will announce the winners at a ceremony in Amsterdam on Oct. 1.
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