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SCG Legal Women in Law and Leadership Series: Journey to Success featuring Lisa Borsook & Susan Wissink - Part 2

Lisa Borsook of member firm WeirFoulds (Canada: Ontario) and Susan Wissink of member firm Fennemore (US: Arizona) continue to share what has helped shaped their successful careers to date...and impart some wisdom as well as a wish list for the future of women in law.


Executive Partner | WeirFoulds (Canada: Ontario)

Lisa Borsook is one of the most recommended commercial leasing and infrastructure lawyers in the country, widely recognized for her knowledge, experience and commitment to her clients and the profession. She is currently the executive partner of WeirFoulds LLP and was the firm’s managing partner from 2007 to 2012. She is also currently co-chair of the Commercial Leasing Practice Group and a member of the firm’s Corporate Group and Women Lawyers Group.

Director | Fennemore (US: Arizona)

Susan Wissink is passionate about helping her clients, learning about their businesses, and helping them reach their goals in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, entity formation, loans, and general corporate matters. In numerous complex transactions, this experienced business attorney has represented both buyers and sellers, including asset and stock-based acquisitions and sales, mergers and other business reorganizations. As a Phoenix-based business attorney, she assists her clients in forming new companies, strategic partnerships, commercial loans, general corporate matters and commercial health care matters.


Director, Business Development & Strategic Initiatives | SCG Legal

Michele has three decades of experience executing multifaceted business development, marketing, communications, sales, and/or fundraising initiatives for entities such as Legal Sales & Service Organization, LawVision, CEO Connection, McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP (now Dentons), Nixon Peabody LLP, Wiley LLP, Historic Charleston Foundation, Jekyll Island Foundation, Boy Scouts of America, ClubCorp (now Invited), Leadership Louisville Center, and SchenkelShultz Architecture.


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