In preparation for Saturday’s rhythmic gymnastics competition at the Beijing Olympics, The Am Law Daily checked in with Fulbright & Jaworski‘s Hailan Fan. Fan, a corporate lawyer based in the firm’s Hong Kong office, is a former Chinese rhythmic gymnastics national champion.

Fan now is on a short leave from Fulbright to take part in this year’s Games, not in competition but as a manager of media venue operations. She talks about international M&A, the logistics of finding space for all the international media at the Olympics, and the difference between rhythmic and artistic gymnastics.

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