Allen & Overy reappoints senior and managing partners

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  • So A&O lawyers are literally born into the role, David Morley? Are they grown in test tubes before being brought to life on the first day of their training contracts?

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  • @ Anonymous. Don't be ridiculous - Morley was forged in the fires of mount doom and Wim Dejonghe was a belgian ambulance chaser that got bitten by a radioactive Tony Angel.

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  • Overall, success is, based on reluctant motivation and hard working ethics. The key individual senior partners’ named on the Article are, one of the most ethical and dynamic calibre candidates for, the most prosperities law firm around the niche Global World, with 24 hour’s prominent on legal business advise on all, various niche practice knowledge with global outlook.
    The world of business, in the legal perspective requires successful Partners with high calibre skills. Hence, for, law firms to retain their profitability targets on their balance, within “Billing Hours” always need experience and talented partners as, named will each serve another term in their respective roles following uncontested elections as cited on the Article.
    On all, “the world being on difficult times” and being forgotten economical theories of Adam Smith, requires key players, of being on the edge of success and thrive in Legal Society on the shores of its History in George Allen and Thomas Overy.

    Native Speaker in Turkish
    LLB. Law Student; England & Wales

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