Cooley Elects 14 New Partners for January 1, 2020

Palo Alto – December 4, 2019 – Fourteen Cooley lawyers have been elected to the firm’s partnership effective January 1, 2020. They are located in seven of the firm’s offices.

“Among the many reasons to feel great about this class of newly elected partners, none makes me prouder than the fact that it is equally balanced between men and women,” said Joe Conroy, Cooley’s chief executive officer. “These lawyers share a deep commitment to our clients and are practitioners of the highest caliber. I know they will make lasting contributions to our firm and its distinctive culture.”

2020 partnership class

Dee Bansal
Washington, DC, antitrust
Megan Browdie
Washington, DC, antitrust
Harley Brown
Boston, corporate
Jaime Chase
Washington, DC, public companies
Adam Connolly
San Francisco, cyber/data/privacy
Helenanne Connolly
Reston, employment & labor
Thomas Connors
Boston, technology transactions
Alison Haggerty
New York, corporate
Chris Holly
Washington, DC, patent prosecution & counseling
Christopher Kimball
Washington, DC, international trade
Dana Moss
Washington, DC, business litigation
Ian Nussbaum
New York, mergers & acquisitions
Jonathan Rivinus
Colorado, tax
Charity Williams
San Diego, corporate

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Class of 2020
Dee Bansal  Partner Washington, DC
Megan Browdie  Partner Washington, DC
Harley Brown  Partner Boston
Jaime L. Chase  Partner Washington, DC
Adam Connolly  Partner San Francisco
Helenanne Connolly  Partner Reston
Thomas Connors  Partner Boston
Chris Holly  Partner Washington, DC
Christopher Kimball  Partner Washington, DC
Ian A. Nussbaum  Partner New York
Jonathan Rivinus  Partner Colorado
Charity Williams  Partner San Diego