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Chambers Names Covington’s Haberl ‘Up & Coming Real Estate Lawyer of the Year’

February 6, 2012

WASHINGTON, DC, February 6, 2012Chambers USA honored Covington & Burling lawyer Heather Haberl as the “Up & Coming Real Estate Lawyer of the Year” at its 2012 “Women in Law” Awards.

Ms. Haberl was selected as the winner among six finalists in the “Up & Coming Real Estate Lawyer of the Year” category. The inaugural “Up & Coming” category was created to identify and encourage the stars of the future.

“I am honored to be recognized by Chambers as an ‘Up and Coming’ real estate lawyer,” Ms. Haberl said. “I commend Chambers’ initiative to raise the visibility of women in law through the introduction of this awards series.”

Covington partner Jean Veta was shortlisted for the “Regulatory Lawyer of the Year,” reflecting her achievements defending financial institutions, their officers and directors in governmental enforcement matters.

The awards ceremony took place on February 2nd at The Plaza Hotel in New York City. More than 200 distinguished guests attended Chambers USA “Women in Law” Awards in a ceremony honoring the outstanding female stars of the USA legal community.

The ceremony is the most comprehensive national awards for women lawyers across the U.S. to date and was well supported by America's leading corporate counsel, who are the driving force for diversity in U.S. law firms, according to Chambers.

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