DLA London head steps down after 6 years

October 27, 2016 DLA Piper London managing partner Tim Clement-Jones has announced that he will step down as the firm’s managing partner after six years in the role. He will step down from the position as of January 2017.

Before assuming the role of managing partner, Clement-Jones served as co-chairman of DLA’s government affairs practice for ten years. Tom Heylen will take over as London managing partner next year, after spending four years on the firm’s board.

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