Holly J. Gregory, a partner in the international law firm of Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP, counsels boards and executives on the full range of corporate governance issues. In addition to her active legal practice, Ms. Gregory has advised policy makers on governance regulation, including by assisting the OECD to draft the OECD Principles of Corporate Governance and counseling the Internal Market Directorate of the European Commission on integration of corporate governance regulation in the EU. She drafted the NACD's Key Agreed Principles of Corporate Governance, and chaired the ABA Task Force on the Delineation of Governance Roles & Responsibilities which delivered its Report to key Congressional committees and the SEC in August 2009. A founding co-chair of the ABA Corporate Governance Committee's Subcommittee on International Developments, she serves by invitation on the ABA Corporate Laws Committee. She lectures and writes extensively on governance issues, including as a featured monthly columnist in Practical Law: The Journal where she focuses on the intersection of law and corporate governance practices. Ms. Gregory is widely recognized for her governance work, including most recently as: "best" in corporate governance law in Euromoney Legal Media Group's inaugural Americas Women in Business Law Awards (2012); the leading practitioner in corporate governance law in the Guide to the World's Leading Women in Business Law (July 2010); among the "100 Most Influential Players in Corporate Governance" (the NACD/Directorship 100), Directorship Magazine (2011 and prior years); and a leading practitioner in corporate governance in The International Who's Who of Corporate Governance Lawyers (2011 and prior years).