Linklaters promotes 21 to global partnership

April 15, 2014 Linklaters has promoted 21 associates to the partnership, of whom nine are women. This ratio represents the the highest proportion of female new partners in the firm's history.

A spokesman for Linklaters said the relatively high proportion of women this year reflects "the commitment we have made to identifying and supporting female associates with partnership potential".

He added that "we are acutely conscious that there remain significant challenges for the retention and promotion of women – and indeed in ensuring we have a more diverse partnership generally”.

The details of the promoted partners are as follows:
Jorge Alegre, Capital Markets, Madrid
Markus Appel, Mainstream Corporate, Berlin
Pornpan Chayasuntorn, Banking/Capital Markets, Bangkok
Peter Cohen-Millstein, Mainstream Corporate, New York
Tessa Davis, Banking/Projects, Singapore
Michael Ehret, Tax, Frankfurt
Nuno Ferreira Lousa, Litigation, Lisbon
Adam Fogarty, Capital Markets - SFG, London
Jonathan Fried, Capital Markets/Projects, Dubai
Motoyasu Fujita, Capital Markets, Tokyo
Xiaohui Ji, Banking, Beijing
Nick Le Masurier, Banking (R&I), London
Tracey Lochhead, Mainstream Corporate, London
Annamaria Mangiaracina, Competition/Antitrust, Brussels
Matthew Monahan, Capital Markets - DSP, London
Jillian Naylor, Employment & Incentives, London
Michael Ng, Capital Markets, Hong Kong
Matthew Poulter, Banking / Capital Markets, New York
Kirsty Thomson, Banking (K&L), London
Alison Wilson, Litigation, London
Fay Zhou, Competition/Antitrust, Beijing

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