Ashurst Morris Crisp has elected nine new partners with effect from 1 May 2003, bringing the total number of partners in the firm to 150.
Five of the new partners are based in London, two in Paris, one in Brussels and one in Frankfurt.
The new partners in London are: Jeremy Drew (IP/IT litigation), David Jones (real estate), Stephen Lloyd (corporate), Michael Logie (international finance) and Cameron Smith (energy, transport and infrastructure). In addition, Christopher Potter (tax) and Diane Sénéchal (international finance) become partners in Paris, Matthew Hall (competition) becomes a partner in Brussels and Stephan Kock (international finance) becomes a partner in Frankfurt.
Geoffrey Green, Ashursts’ senior partner, said: “We welcome these nine lawyers to the Ashursts partnership. Their appointments reflect the firm’s commitment to building a high quality business across Europe and the wider international markets.”