'I Wasn't Pushing To Get Where I Am Now': Hogan Lovells' New Chair on Her Meteoric Rise
Hogan Lovells is no stranger to having women in leadership roles. When the firm was first formed through the transatlantic merger of Hogan & Hartson and Lovells in 2010, U.S.-based Claudette Christian served as co-chair of the new entity and U.K.-based Susan Bright has held roles including head of U.K. and Africa.
But the appointment of Marie-Aimee de Dampierre as the sole chair of the global firm is the most notable yet.
Her rise has been meteoric. She has never spent more th...