20 Mar 2018 | 10:01 am | 1 min. read
International law firm Pinsent Masons has announced the promotion of 23 individuals to its partnership, taking effect from 1 May 2018.
Almost one third of the lawyers being promoted are based outside of the UK. The firm maintained a steady pace of international expansion in 2017, launching offices in Madrid, Dublin, Johannesburg and Perth.
Of the individuals promoted, almost 90% specialise in the firm's five global sectors; Energy, Financial Services, Infrastructure, Real Estate and Advanced Manufacturing and Technology.
One in four of those promoted are female. The firm’s current gender demographic across the partnership is just over 25%. During the last three years, just over 45% of the firm’s internal promotions have been female as Pinsent Masons strives to reach its next milestone of 30% female partnership by 2020.
Richard Foley, Senior Partner at Pinsent Masons says:
"This is our largest promotions round in three years and demonstrates that we are a growing and increasingly global business. A key ingredient of our success has been a focus on investing in our people. We have worked hard to create both a level playing field, and an environment in which our people can develop the deep sector-specialism and innovative mindset that characterises a Pinsent Masons partner. All of those being promoted reflect those attributes, along with a deep commitment to the firm's values, and I offer them my sincere congratulations."
The full list of those promoted to partner is as follows:
Mark Baker (Financial Services, UK)
Charles Blamire-Brown (Infrastructure, UK)
Matthew Clayton-Stead (Financial Services, UK)
Zoe de Courcy Arbiser (Infrastructure, UK)
Tim Fearn (Financial Services, UK)
Stephen Glass (Real Estate, UK)
Hayley Goldstone (Financial Services, UK)
Natalie Harris (Real Estate, UK)
Andrew Herring (Advanced Manufacturing & Technology, UK)
Alvin Ho (Infrastructure, China)
Mark Hu (Infrastructure, China)
Greg Jones (Infrastructure, UK)
William Marshall (Infrastructure, Energy, Australia)
Ravi Nayer (Financial Services, UK)
Amie Norris (Corporate, UK)
Paul Noble (Tax, UK)
Adam Perl (Infrastructure, Energy, Australia)
Michael Prüßner (Corporate, Germany)
Helen Robinson (Real Estate, UK)
Christopher Sharp (Life Sciences, UK)
Luke Tapp (Employment, Dubai)
Melina Wolman (TMT, France)
David Woods (Financial Services, TMT, Energy, UK)
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