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Linklaters has announced the election of 41 new partners across its global network, effective 1 May 2023.
The make-up of the new partners is as follows:
With diversity, equity and inclusion being at the heart of Linklaters’ culture and values, the firm is pleased to have met its 40% global gender diversity target for female partner promotions and its 15% target for under-represented minority ethnic partners in new partner elections annually (UK & US).
The firm is also delighted to announce that 53 of its lawyers, drawn from 14 practice areas and 16 offices, have been promoted to counsel with effect from 1 May 2023.
In addition, there are also two promotions to partner in Zhao Sheng Law Firm, Linklaters’ joint operation firm in China. These promotions also take effect from 1 May 2023.
Huge congratulations to our new partners and counsel on achieving this success. These individuals reflect our commitment to investing in our people and excelling for our clients across our global network. I have no doubt about the ambitions of our new partners and counsel to help us maximise opportunities together.
Senior Partner and Chair
The term partner in relation to Shanghai Zhao Sheng Law Firm (Zhao Sheng) is used to refer to a partner of Zhao Sheng or an employee or consultant of Zhao Sheng with equivalent standing within the firm.
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