Ann La Morena Rohlin named one of Los Angeles Business Journal’s Women of Influence

United States Press release - People April 2023

Los Angeles Partner Ann La Morena Rohlin has been selected as one of the Los Angeles Business Journal's 2023 Women of Influence: Attorneys.

This list recognizes women lawyers in Los Angeles who have demonstrated exceptional legal skill, exemplary leadership and achievement across the full spectrum of responsibility.

Rohlin has spent over two decades with Norton Rose Fulbright, serving her clients on public finance matters, including short-term and long-term financings for K-12 schools, community college districts, hospital districts, cities, counties, joint powers authorities and other public agencies.

She has served on many high profile matters, including her role as bond/note counsel to a state financing authority in connection with a multi-participant school and community college district issuance of over $432 million in State Aid Intercept Notes.

A major proponent of diversity, equity and inclusion, Rohlin leads by example. She is currently a member of the firm's Minority Equity Council and has previously served on the Diversity Advisory Committee of the Minority Lawyers Network, which develops opportunities to foster social connections and engage in professional development among its members.

Rohlin has also served as a chairperson of the firm's West Coast Women in Norton Rose Women's Initiative (WiN), which is comprised of women dedicated to building and maintaining an accessible, dynamic and inspirational Women's Network. Through her work with WiN, she helped to provide opportunities for women at the firm to make contacts globally and access role models and mentors at all levels.

She currently serves as Hiring Partner of the Los Angeles office, a role that allows her to mentor incoming lawyers and aid in their professional growth.

Honorees were selected based on nomination materials submitted to the Los Angeles Business Journal. Those selected for inclusion were reviewed by the editorial department and chosen based on a demonstration of impact made on the profession and on the Los Angeles community.