Slaughter and May has announced that partner Miranda Leung has retired from the firm’s partnership. She has served as a partner at the firm for 16 years, and initially
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Slaughter and May executive partner Richard Clark is set to retire this coming April, at which point finance partner Paul Stacey will replace Clark in the position. He joins
Slaughter and May has announced its annual pay rises, bumping up pay for newly qualified lawyers by £2,000 to award a salary of £65,000. The boost brings Slaughters out of last place among magic circle firms for
Slaughter and May has announced the promotion of seven London associates to the partnership, following two promotions and one lateral hire in Hong Kong earlier this year.
Slaughter and May has hired directly into the partnership for the first time in the firm's 125 year history. Capital markets partner John Moore joins the firm’s Hong Kong
Slaughter and May has elected disputes head Richard Clark to the role of executive partner, effective from 1 May 2013. Clark takes over from incumbent Graham White, who
Slaughter and May has elected new heads for its financing and tax practices. Paul Stacey takes over the role as head of the financing practice, replacing outgoing head Andrew