CHICAGO, Jan. 30, 2020 — The Securities Regulation Institute has elected Washington-based King & Spalding partner Dixie Johnson as its vice chair.
The Institute, sponsored by the Professional and Continuing Education program at Northwestern University’s Pritzker School of Law, is one of the most visible and highly-regarded securities and corporate law conferences in the country. Held each January, it provides practical advice for attorneys advising corporate clients on the ever-changing world of securities and business law.
After completing a three-year term as vice chair, Johnson will serve as chair of the organization.
Johnson represents businesses and individuals in securities enforcement investigations and conducts internal investigations for corporate board committees and companies. As a partner on King & Spalding’s Securities Enforcement and Regulation team and the Special Matters and Government Investigations team, Dixie also serves as deputy practice group leader for Government Matters, a collection of 10 government-facing practices within the firm. She appears regularly before the SEC, DOJ, FINRA, PCAOB and other federal and state authorities.
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