Best Lawyers Women in the Law 2022 Spring Business Edition

In celebration of the evolution of women's empowerment in the legal and medical professions, partner Constance Endelicato brings us her latest article "A Double Dose of Power," published in the Best Lawyers Sixth Annual "Women in the Law" Business Edition. This poised and insightful article details the historic struggle and rise of women in the legal and medical professions and encourages them to work together to dismantle gender inequality. A shining example of female leadership in the legal field, Ms. Endelicato encourages other women to reach their full potential in industries that only a few decades ago were dominated by men and difficult for women to access.

An accomplished trial lawyer, Constance Endelicato is vastly experienced and knowledgeable in defending professional liability claims brought against physicians, hospitals, and other service providers. As a reflection of Ms. Endelicato’s accomplishments, her extensive trial experience has afforded her membership in the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates, among a nominal number of women in the United States. Most recently, Ms. Endelicato was honored with a 2020 Women, Influence & Power in Law Award for Lifetime Achievement in the law firm category from Corporate Counsel. This prestigious award honors top women lawyers who have made a remarkable difference in the legal profession. Ms. Endelicato has also been recognized with inclusion in both the 2021 and 2020 editions of Best Lawyers in America© as a result of her work in healthcare litigation in Los Angeles.

The "Women in Law" Business Edition celebrates the accomplishments of women in the legal industry and includes every female lawyer recognized in the 2021 edition of the Best Lawyers in America. The publication further promotes women's voices with editorial content written by predominantly female contributors focusing largely on their experiences in law, taking monumental leaps in their professional and inspiring future generations.

Ms. Endelicato’s article can be read in full here.

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