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CMS Cameron McKenna has promoted nine lawyers to its partnership, as part of a 23-strong round across the entire CMS Europe network.
Five of the seven partner promotions were in Camerons’ commercial, regulatory and disputes practices.
Four of the firm’s partners have been promoted from the firm’s three-year salaried gateway to full equity status, including London partners Ben Holland (energy) and Yuban Moodley (commercial, regulatory and disputes). In addition John Fitzpatrick in Bucharest and Leonid Zubarev in Moscow have been promoted to the equity.
Camerons managing partner Duncan Weston said: “I’m thrilled that we’ve been able to appoint nine new partners in what has been a difficult and challenging economic period.”
The number of promotions is up on last year, when the firm made up four in the UK as part of a 17-strong CMS round.
The new partners at Camerons are:
Emma Burnett, commercial, regulatory and disputes
Karen Clarke, construction
Alexander Denslow, commercial, regulatory and disputes
Rob Gray, infrastructure and project finance
Alison McHaffie, commercial, regulatory and disputes
Jean Price, commercial, regulatory and disputes
Rob Morris, commercial, regulatory and disputes
Lukasz Hejmej, disputes,
Tomasz Manicki, litigation
Seven Camerons partners have also been promoted from office status to the salaried gateway level. They are:
Joe Bryant, commercial, regulatory and disputes, Bristol
Katarzyna Dulewicz, commercial, Warsaw
Marek Durski, energy, Warsaw
Chris Harvey, real estate, London
Kirsty Hick, commercial, regulatory and disputes, London