Annalisa Shibli, Senior Associate in Collas Crill's Cayman Dispute Resolution team, has been invited to join the new TL4 (ThoughtLeaders4) Women in FIRE Advisory Committee.
The Women in FIRE initiative will aim to connect women of all backgrounds and experiences who are working in litigation, fraud, contentious insolvency, asset recovery or international enforcement.
This will be championed through the use of webinars, written content and in person.
'In my experience, TL4 provides professionals with invaluable opportunities to learn from and network with experts in their respective fields around the world', says Annalisa. 'Women in Fire is a platform through which female practitioners specialising in Fraud, Contentious Insolvency, Asset Recovery, and International Enforcement will be able to forge meaningful connections through sharing knowledge and experiences in our common areas of interest.'
On being asked to join the Advisory Committee, Annalisa said:
'I am thrilled to have been selected to serve on the Advisory Committee for this initiative and look forward to building relationships with women worldwide who practise in these areas.'
Find out more about TL4 Women in FIRE here