The Recorder Names Lillian Stenfeldt a “Women’s Leader in Law for 2012”
The Recorder named San Francisco partner Lillian Stenfeldt as one of its “Women Leaders in Law for 2012.” Recorder editors reviewed scores of nominations from successful women throughout California, and Stenfeldt stood out among her peers. Honorees are recognized for their effort and creativity in building and sustaining connections that create opportunities for their firms or organizations, and for others.
Stenfeldt chairs Sedgwick’s Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy Practice Group and represents clients throughout the country in all aspects of insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings and strategy. She serves as an arbitrator in complex commercial cases for the American Arbitration Association and the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution in New York City and is a member of their Complex Commercial Arbitration Panels. She also chairs the firm’s Women’s Forum, a Sedgwick program that provides innovative training and events that highlight issues affecting women in the firm and in the legal community.
Stenfeldt and the other honorees will be featured in a special section in the October 29 edition of The Recorder and recognized at a reception on November 2.