SJ Berwin PE partner Harris switches to Hogan Lovells

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  • Can Ed Harris please work at my firm?

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  • Can Leanne Moezi please work at my firm?

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  • Amazed at some of the comments on here. Surely more suited to Roll on Friday than The Lawyer?

    That being said, well done to Ed. Don't know him, but know SJ Berwin and immature bunch of individuals in corporate.

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  • Very interesting move and a good one indeed - he won't be the last partner to leave SJB either!

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  • Ed stood out in that team for being intelligent, energetic and very very personable. He's brought Leanne up to be the same way. Class act, they're better off out of there.

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  • I have no connection with this story, but I have to comment - 65 comments and counting! What is going on here? Surely not all of the comments can be from SJB's marketing team and/or embittered/relieved ex-SJB types, or entirely motivated by the aesthetic merits of Ed Harris and/or Leanne Moezi.

    Finally, agree that Ed was great in The Rock, but he was awesome in Apollo 13.

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  • Can't wait to meet Ed "the Hunk" Harris!

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  • If he really is such a high flyer then he won't fit in very well at Lovells, which is such a hum drum, indifferent, unremarkable, mid mid-market firm going nowhere fast.

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  • Congratulations

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  • Good for him - better off out of that snake pit. Congratulations.

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