Roberta Kaplan and Jenna Dabbs Named to Crain’s Notable Women in Law List for 2021

Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP
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December 23, 2020

NEW YORK, NY, December 23, 2020 – Kaplan Hecker & Fink LLP is pleased to announce that founding partner Roberta (“Robbie”) Kaplan and partner Jenna Dabbs have been named to Crain’s New York Business’ Notable Women in Law list. This is the second consecutive year Kaplan has been honored with this recognition.

The prestigious list honors 100 outstanding female lawyers in New York chosen “not only for their skills and accomplishments, but also for their efforts to shore up the edifice of justice.” This is the 4th annual Notable Women in Law list and is part of a year-long series from Crain’s New York Business to recognize and celebrate women in the workplace, across industries.

Celebrating Kaplan and Dabbs’ inclusion, Kaplan Hecker & Fink partner Sean Hecker said, “Robbie and Jenna are tremendous lawyers whose leadership and integrity has been integral to the success of our firm. They have been an extraordinary resources to both peers and clients, leveraging their substantial experience to navigate the most complex legal challenges. We are immensely proud of these extraordinary women, and are delighted their contributions to the wider NY community have been recognized.”

Read the full 2021 Crain’s Notable Women in Law list here.

Read Robbie Kaplan’s profile here and Jenna Dabbs’ profile here.

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