When people think of successful lawyers, they may think of wingtip shoes and a stern demeanor, a pinstripe suit and a pedantic mindset. They may not have an image of a person raised by an avant-garde family in 1970s Houston, a young lawyer conducting multimillion-dollar acquisitions in her bare feet, or a person who would move to Paris for love. Most people wouldn’t have an image of Kate Romain. She is not your traditional buttoned-up lawyer and has not followed a traditional path to becoming a partner at Bredin Prat, one of the most prestigious law firms in Paris, where she specializes in the representation of French and non-French clients in cross-border mergers and acquisitions.
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