Mar 30, 2020
Beth Fenton is a Partner at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP. For over twenty years, she has advocated for businesses facing their toughest legal challenges. Whether representing a Fortune 50 company or a tech startup, Beth brings experience, judgment, and business acumen to disputes involving shareholders, contracts, and fiduciary duties. She has tried numerous cases before the Delaware Chancery Court, the nation's foremost business court, as well as state and federal courts in other jurisdictions. Her practice also includes leading internal investigations concerning highly sensitive personnel matters for businesses. Beth commits significant time and energy to sponsoring other women lawyers and to promoting access to justice for all Americans.
What does it take to make partner at a law firm? What are the business development expectations of a partner for the people who serve the firm both internally and externally?
Join the conversation as Gina Rubel interviews Beth Fenton on what it takes to make equity
partner in a law firm while balancing being a woman lawyer, a
professional, a mother, and a wife.