Two Norton Rose Fulbright partners named Women of Influence by Los Angeles Business Journal

Global People May 2024

Norton Rose Fulbright partners Helen B. Kim and Alesha M. Dominique (Los Angeles) have been selected among the 2024 Women of Influence: Attorneys by the Los Angeles Business Journal.

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

Helen Kim is a trial lawyer who represents clients in securities and other complex commercial litigation. She represents public and private companies, as well as their directors, officers and principal shareholders before the courts and in arbitration proceedings.

Helen is a longtime advocate for women within the legal industry and a trailblazer within her community. She was the first Asian to serve as President of the Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles the first Korean-American woman to serve as President of the National Asian American Bar Association. In September, Helen is slated to assume the position of President of the Chancery Club of Los Angeles.

Alesha Dominique is an intellectual property lawyer with a focus on trademark, false advertising and unfair competition, copyright and patent matters. She has represented clients before federal district courts, the US International Trade Commission, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.

Alesha prioritizes mentorship, recognizing the importance of role models for young women and minorities in the IP field. She is a member of the International Trademark Association and was recently named the US Chair of the subcommittee for Non-traditional Marks by the International Trademark Association and has consistently been recognized as one of The World's Leading Trademark Professionals in California by the World Trademark Review 1000 since 2021.

Honorees were selected based on nominations 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.