Linklaters announces 32 new counsel elections worldwide

  • 32 new counsel have been promoted across 11 jurisdictions and 10 practice areas
  • 15 (47%) of the new counsel promotions are women

Linklaters has announced the election of 32 new counsel across 11 jurisdictions and 10 practice areas. Almost half of the new counsel are women with 15 new female counsel (47%). The new promotions take effect on 1st May 2020.

Of the new elections, 23 are outside of London, with new female counsel in 9 different offices across the globe.

  • Practices: Mainstream Corporate (6), Energy & Infrastructure (4), Tax (3), Capital Markets (7), Competition/Antitrust (3), TMT/IP (2), Banking (3), FRG (2), Employment (1), Investment Funds (1)
  • Regions: UK (9), Rest of Europe (15), Asia (4), Americas (2) and Middle East (2)
  • Gender: Male 52% (17), Female 47% (15)

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“Our Culture at Linklaters is to continue to invest in talent. We are therefore delighted with our new counsel promotions which demonstrate the breadth of talent we have in our offices across the globe.”

Charlie Jacobs Senior Partner and Chairman

Linklaters LLP
Name Practice Office
João Pateira Ferreira Competition/Antitrust Lisbon
John Eichlin Competition/Antitrust New York
Charlotte Colin-Dubuisson Competition/Antitrust Paris
Emma Gray Employment & Incentives London
Gijs Smit Mainstream Corporate Amsterdam
Waleed Rasromani Mainstream Corporate Dubai
Mirko König Mainstream Corporate Düsseldorf
Thilo Zimmermann Mainstream Corporate Frankfurt
Kerry Liebenberg Mainstream Corporate London
Esteban Arza Mainstream Corporate Madrid
Joost Rompen Tax Amsterdam
Jamie Coomber Tax London
Rhian Parker Tax London
Greg Palmer TMT/IP London
Agnieszka Mencel TMT/IP Warsaw
Andrew Stanfield Banking London
Lauren Hanley Banking Paris
Jöris Heckt-Harbeck Capital Markets Frankfurt
Pablo Medina Capital Markets Madrid
Ver Ferreira de Lima Capital Markets Lisbon
Michael Solaimani Capital Markets (DSP) London
Dalia Nammari Capital Markets (EDM) Dubai
Karen Cheng Capital Markets (EDM) Hong Kong
Maree Quinn Capital Markets (EDM) Singapore
Justin Faye Energy & Infrastructure Paris
Samuel Bordeleau Energy & Infrastructure Paris
Xylia Sim Energy & Infrastructure Singapore
Ying Fu Energy & Infrastructure Hong Kong
Kyara Mathias Finance New York
Laurent Benoit Financial Regulation Paris
Raza Naeem Financial Regulation London
Clare Baker Investment Funds London

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