Julie Fink Named to Crain’s 2022 Notable Women in Law List

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Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP
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December 20, 2021

Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP is pleased to announce that managing partner Julie Fink has been named to Crain’s New York Business Notable Women in Law list. This is the third consecutive year that a Kaplan Hecker & Fink partner has been honored with this recognition.

This prestigious list honors over 100 incredible female lawyers in New York who are recognized for “not only for their skills and accomplishments in the courtroom, but for their leadership outside of it.” This is the 5th annual Notable Women in Law list, part of a year-long series from Crain’s New York Business to recognize and celebrate hardworking women in their respective industries.

Kaplan Hecker & Fink founding partner Roberta ("Robbie") Kaplan celebrated Julie's recognition, saying, “One of the very best decisions I have ever made is asking to Julie to start a law firm with me four years ago.  That firm, now Kaplan Hecker & Fink, has grown from four lawyers when we opened to 49 lawyers today.  That is in large part because of Julie and the dedication she brings to the job of managing partner -- from implementing progressive and respectful workplace policies, to managing our real estate needs amidst the ongoing COVID crisis, to using the most innovative tools to serve our clients.”

Partner Sean Hecker also applauded Julie’s inclusion, saying, “Julie is an incredible leader who has shaped our firm’s culture and success. From her innovative and inclusive management style to her commitment to giving back to her community, Julie leads with determination and passion in all that she does. We are thrilled that she has been recognized for her extraordinary accomplishments.”

Read the full list of honorees here and Julie Fink’s profile here.

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