Christina Lincoln and Elizabeth Burnett Selected as Women Worth Watching in Leadership by Profiles in Diversity Journal
October 5, 2023
Robins Kaplan LLP is pleased to announce that partners Christina Lincoln and Elizabeth Burnett have been named to Profiles in Diversity Journal’s 2023 Women Worth Watching in Leadership list, honoring women who make a difference in their workplaces and communities.
Christina Lincoln is a member of the firm’s Insurance and Catastrophic Loss Group and specializes in representing domestic and international insurers with first-party property claims involving complex, multi-million-dollar catastrophic losses, including fires, hurricanes, volcanic eruptions, tornadoes, landslides, and building collapses, among others. Christina advises clients regarding coverage and provides strategic advice under all risk, named perils, and builders’ risk policies as well as represents insurers through litigation as trial counsel in both state and federal courts. As a Management Liability Insurance Specialist (MLIS), Christina also specializes in advising and representing insurance company clients with claims under different commercial general liability (CGL) and professional lines/management liability policy packages, with a particular emphasis on directors and officers (D&O) liability insurance. A strong advocate for women in the legal industry, Christina is Co-Chair of the firm’s Women of Robins Kaplan (WoRK) resource group as well as a Member of the firm’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee and Women in Insurance industry group.
Elizabeth Burnett is an experienced litigator who represents clients nationwide in product liability, commercial, and disaster litigation, including toxic tort and class action cases. Representing both plaintiffs and defendants, her clients range from product manufacturers to plant owners to subrogated property insurers. In recent years, Elizabeth has devoted a portion of her practice to securing recoveries for those injured or killed in fires and explosions. In the community, Elizabeth has served for many years on the Board of Directors as well as the Advisory Board for Minnesota Women Lawyers. She is also a Director and Co-Secretary for H2O for Life, a non-profit service-learning organization that empowers youth to take action to combat the global water crisis. Within the firm, Elizabeth serves as Co-Chair of the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee.
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