Apr 17, 2019
Chuhak & Tecson principal Kristen Hudson presents at 18th Annual Folsom Lecture in International Business and Trade Law
Chuhak & Tecson, P.C. principal Kristen E. Hudson will serve as a panelist and provide insight into alternative means of resolving cross-border disputes at the “18th Annual Folsom Lecture in International Business and Trade Law Trends in International Arbitration and Other Means of Dispute Resolution” from 12 to 2 p.m. Thursday, April 25, in room 1200 at The John Marshall Law School, 315 South Plymouth Court, Chicago. Hosted by The John Marshall Law School, the lecture will focus on international commercial arbitration and other methods of alternative dispute resolution and provide insight into new developments in Europe, the Americas and Asia.
Hudson will join speakers Daniel Girsberger, professor at the University of Lucerne, Lucerne Switzerland, and Soledad O’Donnell, a partner at Mayer Brown, for the two-hour CLE-accredited interactive presentation. For additional information and to register, click here.
Hudson’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and professional liability matters in courtrooms and arbitral forums across the nation. She is a frequent speaker for and prolific writer of a wide range of topics related to commercial litigation and insurance coverage. The commitment she brings to her clients is matched by her dedication to serving the community, mentoring the next generation of women lawyers and championing diversity and inclusion in the workplace. At Chuhak & Tecson, Hudson currently serves as co-general counsel and is member and past chair of the Diversity & Inclusion Council.
Since 2016, Hudson has served as an adjunct professor at The John Marshall Law School and for the second consecutive year is co-coach of the school’s Willem C. Vis International Commercial Moot Arbitration Team that competes in Hong Kong.
Hudson is recognized as a leader in the legal community and an inspiration to other women attorneys. In 2017 she was honored by Super Lawyers Magazine as one of the “Top 50 Women Lawyers in Illinois” and in 2018 she received Crain’s Chicago Business’ “Notable Women Lawyers” distinction.