Eversheds makes up 22 partners globally

Eversheds has announced the promotion of 22 lawyers to its partnership in its annual promotions round, up from 19 last year but still significantly less than the 32 who were made up in 2009. Twelve of the new partners are based in the firm’s UK offices, three are in Johannesburg, and the remainder were made up in the Berne, Geneva, Munich, Shanghai, Warsaw and Zurich offices. Fifteen of the 22 new partners are male. Chief executive Bryan Hughes said: “To make partner, we ask our lawyers to demonstrate leadership, business acumen and excellence in client service alongside high quality legal expertise. We welcome all of these lawyers to our partnership because they possess all of these qualities and more. The details of the promotions are as follows: Berne Oliver Beldi, company commercial Birmingham David Jones, litigation and dispute resolution Katharine Vickery, litigation and dispute resolution Antony Walsh, company commercial Cardiff Jean-Pascal Boutin, company commercial Stuart Earle, human resources Geraint Pullin Thomas, real estate Geneva Fabien Aepli, company commercial Johannesburg Melanie Murcott, litigation and dispute resolution Goitse Pilane, company commercial Elvis Simaya, litigation and dispute resolution London Phil Davies, human resources Jamie Leader, company commercial Neil Mohring, company commercial James Roberts, real estate Munich Alexandra Bergmann, company commercial Joos Hellert, company commercial Newcastle Claire Carroll, litigation and dispute resolution Jessica Maitra, litigation and dispute resolution Shanghai Sharon Shi, company commercial Warsaw Iwo Gabrysiak, litigation and dispute resolution Zurich Monika McQuillen, litigation and dispute resolution

Eversheds makes up 22 partners globally thelawyer.com thelawyer.com Wed, Apr 13, 2011