Butler Rubin Joins Coalition of Women’s Initiatives in Law

CHICAGO, August 14, 2018 – Butler Rubin has signed on as a member of the Coalition of Women’s Initiatives in Law. Partner Julie Rodriguez Aldort will spearhead the firm’s involvement in this organization.  Aldort is co-chair of Butler Rubin’s Hiring and Diversity Committees.

The Coalition of Women’s Initiatives in Law is a non-profit membership association that brings together law firms, government, and companies of all sizes. Founded in Chicago in 2008, today more than 120 law firms and companies are members of the Coalition, stretching the reach of the Coalition to thousands of women attorneys in its member organizations. The Coalition’s goal is to foster career advancement and professional development, promote dialogue and a support-network among members, and to help address the many issues facing women lawyers and women’s initiatives today.

About Butler Rubin

Companies need attorneys who understand their business and who understand that litigation is a necessary tool to enforce and defend business rights. Our Chicago-based litigation boutique resolves complex disputes for national and international clients operating in a range of industries, including financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, insurance and reinsurance.  Founded in 1980, Butler Rubin litigates and arbitrates in jurisdictions nationwide, representing businesses in class actions and disputes involving commercial contracts, employment, antitrust, product liability, trade secrets and restrictive covenants, and corporate officers’ and directors’ liability. As part of its mission to be a good corporate citizen, Butler Rubin dedicates significant time and resources to enriching the local community through pro bono and community service efforts.