Mayer Brown announced that Washington DC-based Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Audrey Harris has been named to The National Law Journal’s (NLJ) inaugural list of “Criminal Law Trailblazers.” This inaugural list recognizes individuals who are agents of change in the legal industry and in criminal law. (View Profile.)

A co-leader of the firm’s global Anti-Corruption & FCPA practice, Ms. Harris was selected by NLJ for her extensive experience handling multiyear, multinational investigations; her role as global resource company BHP’s first chief compliance officer leading a global ethics and compliance team across four continents; and her ability to bring divergent thinking and holistic approaches to client counseling and defense.

Ms. Harris told the publication, “Compliance is about proactively protecting and growing your company’s value. We are leveraging corruption, trade sanctions, cyber and AML program expertise to help our clients holistically manage current and emerging risks.”