Jami Wintz McKeon directs the firm’s strategic growth and its steadfast commitment to client service. She is the first woman chair in Morgan Lewis’ 150 year history, and is one of the few women leading global law firms. As the leader of one of the biggest in the United States, and one of the Global 25, Jami oversees the work of 2000 lawyers across 28 offices.� She is an accomplished trial lawyer and counsels clients in high-stakes crisis litigation and regulatory investigations. Focusing particularly on the financial services and technology industries, she has led bank-related investigations and litigation for some of the world’s largest banks.��Jami has addressed audiences at a number of premier leadership conferences and industry events,� including� the Financial Times’� Innovative Lawyers North America Awards ceremony (December 2015), the Global Law Firm Leaders Conference (September 2015), the Big Law Business Summit hosted by Bloomberg BNA (July 2015), and the Center for Women in Law’s Power Summit on Law and Leadership (April 2015). She was recently interviewed by BBC News’ Alice Baxter for a broadcast segment on “Business Live” and has received numerous awards and recognitions, including a Special Achievement Award from the Financial Times.�� Jami lives with her husband and four children in the Philadelphia area.
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