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February 6, 2024

King & Spalding Lawyers Named to Leadership Council on Legal Diversity Fellowship, Pathfinders Program

ATLANTA, Feb. 6, 2024--King & Spalding has selected partner Jenny Pelaez for membership in the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity’s 2024 Fellows program, and associates Katherine Vessels and Natalie Willis to participate in the organization’s 2024 Pathfinders program.

Pelaez focuses her practice on complex commercial and class action litigation at the trial and appellate levels. She has extensive experience representing a diverse group of clients in high-stakes matters involving claims under antitrust, securities and consumer protection laws, as well as variety of contract and tort claims.

Vessels is an associate in the International Trade practice with an emphasis on unfair import investigations at the U.S. International Trade Commission. She focuses on representing clients in trade remedy proceedings and intellectual property litigation.

Willis is an associate with the firm’s Trial and Global Disputes practice. Her practice includes complex litigation involving products liability, business litigation, and web-tracking technology.

Launched in 2011, the LCLD Fellows program is an intensive, yearlong professional development program designed to give mid-career diverse lawyers access to professional and personal development opportunities, leadership training, and relationship-building opportunities. The Pathfinders program helps early-career lawyers build professional networks, leadership skills, and career development strategies. King and Spalding is a founding member of LCLD and has participated in the Fellows program every year since its launch.