ATLANTA, Sept. 9, 2021 — The National Law Journal has named King & Spalding partner Sally Yates to its 2021 Crisis Leadership Trailblazers list.
Yates, a former U.S. Deputy Attorney General, is a partner in the firm’s Special Matters & Government Investigations practice and leads its Crisis Practice, guiding leading corporations through high-profile, high-stakes crises involving intense congressional, regulatory and media scrutiny.
The NLJ’s Trailblazers list recognizes lawyers, chosen from hundreds of nominations, who “have shown a deep passion and perseverance in pursuit of their mission, having achieved remarkable successes along the way,” according to the publication.
To view the full Crisis Leadership Trailblazers list, including Yates’ profile, click here.
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