Five lawyers in Osborne Clarke’s UK business have been promoted to Partner, bringing the total number of Partners internationally to more than 250. The new Partners come from a range of sectors including real estate and infrastructure, energy and utilities, financial services and tech, media and comms.
Alice Conway: Real estate sector specialist with broad investment and development experience
Adam Love: An expert in the infrastructure, energy and utilities and real estate sectors, advising on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and private equity investments
David Nisbet: Tech, media and comms and financial services sector expert with broad experience in private equity, funds and cross-border tax issues
Tom Harding: Tech, media and comms expert who specialises in digital media, e-commerce and consumer law, and leads the Interactive Entertainment Practice
Matthew Germain: Energy, utilities, real estate and infrastructure sectors specialist advising clients on environmental matters relating to waste and bioenergy projects, real estate transactions and regulatory investigations
In addition to the Partner promotions, Alexandra Gower, in the energy and utilities sector team and Anna Williams in the tech, media and comms sector have both been promoted to Legal Directors in the UK.
Ray Berg, UK Managing Partner at Osborne Clarke, commented:
“It takes a huge amount of dedication, skill and lot of hard work to achieve a promotion. Congratulations to all our newly promoted colleagues – they each thoroughly deserve their recognition.
“While we are pleased with the promotions, and we only promote colleagues based on merit, we do recognise that only a fifth of the partner promotions in this round are female. When I took over as Managing Partner I made the commitment to increase the diversity of our workforce across all levels. Today we have a number of initiatives, but we are on a journey and change doesn’t happen overnight. We want to ensure that all our people have the same opportunity to meet and exceed their potential in a supportive and inclusive environment. We’re confident that, with time, our continuing efforts will help us to ingrain diversity into everything that we do.”
Pictured left to right: Alice Conway, Matthew Germain, Adam Love, Anna Williams, Tom Harding, David Nisbet and Alexandra Gower.