Shauna Clark, a Houston mother of four who represents some of the largest corporations in the world, will become the highest ranking African American woman to ever lead or co-lead a global corporate law firm. Norton Rose Fulbright, which has about 3,200 lawyers in 52 cities around the world including 400 lawyers in Texas, announced Thursday that Clark will be the next chair of its supervisory committees overseeing for the firm’s global and U.S. operations, which is essentially the second highest ranking post within law firm partnerships.
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