For the sixth consecutive year, Thompson Coburn Los Angeles managing partner Jennifer Post has been named to the LA500, an annual list of the five hundred “most influential people in Los Angeles,” published by the Los Angeles Business Journal. She is one of only 50 lawyers on this year’s list.
The publication selects “the most influential, most powerful and most impactful business professionals” in sectors including the arts and philanthropy, banking, civic leaders, finance, legal, media and entertainment, and tech, among others. In addition to Post, this year’s LA500 includes the city’s Mayor Karen Bass, basketball legend and philanthropist Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Banc of California CEO Jared Wolff, Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chair Charlie Munger, Endeavor CEO Ari Emanuel, and YouTube CBO Mary Ellen Coe.
Highlighting Post, the publication reports that “Post joined Thompson Coburn in 2016 and became the firm’s first LGBTQ attorney to serve as a managing partner. She is also a member of the firm’s management committee. Her practice encompasses corporate, commercial finance and securities law with a focus in venture capital and emerging companies. She represents entrepreneurs, companies and institutional lenders and investors in debt and equity finance transactions, as well as M&A and general corporate matters.”
In June of this year, the Los Angeles Business Journal recognized Post alongside partner Simran Bindra in their “Top Lawyers” edition.
Of the LA500 honorees, the publication says that “these individuals have helped L.A. by showing vision, creativity, innovation and determination during unprecedented times.”
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