HEATHER HEDGES is an associate in the firm’s Global Arbitration, Trade and Advocacy group. Heather has advised clients on a range of issues, including customs and sanctions compliance, and international intellectual property law.
Heather earned her J.D. from Stanford Law School where she was a Senior Editor for the Stanford Law Review and Franke Fellow in Global Business Law. She was co-president of the International Law Society, and also participated in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot and Religious Liberty Clinic.
Prior to law school, Heather was a research associate at Cornerstone Research. She conducted economic and financial analysis for commercial litigation and regulatory proceedings in a variety of practice areas, including international finance and international trade. Heather graduated with honors from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in International Political Economy, magna cum laude, and a certificate in International Development.
*Admitted only in California; pending approval of application for admission to the D.C. Bar, practicing law in the District of Columbia under the supervision of principals of the firm who are members in good standing of the D.C. Bar.