Morgan Lewis Promotes Large Cohort To Partnership

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius promoted 47 of its attorneys to its partnership in its 2022 promotion round, up seven from the previous year.

Effective October 1, the promotions include 14 offices, with the US dominating the field with 43 attorneys, 12 of whom are based in Philadelphia, nine in Washington, DC, six in New York and five in Boston. Other cities with new partners include San Francisco, Seattle, Silicon Valley, Miami, Century City, Chicago and Orange County.

Three lawyers were promoted in London – an increase on the two promotions in London 2021.

In 2021, after a few years of change, the firm welcomed 40 lawyers into its partnership between 2018 (30 promotions) and 2020 (29).

The company also did a promotion in Dubai. Next year the law firm will celebrate its 10th anniversary in Dubai opened its gates.

In a statement, Morgan Lewis chairman said, “Your expertise and experience reflects the diverse strength and depth of our company’s resources around the world and in key industries.”

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He added, “They represent diversity in the broadest sense and include many of our ML women leaders, returning parents, veterans, people of colour, LGBTQ+ and other networking groups within the company.”

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius Partner Actions 2022:

Carolyn JD Abram — Investment Manager, Dubai

Kristin H. Altoff – Intellectual Property, Washington, DC

Christopher C. Archer – Corporate and Business Transactions, Philadelphia

Mana Behbin — Investment Manager, Washington, DC

David K. Brown – Litigation, Los Angeles

Nathaniel P. Bruhn – Litigation, Boston

Deping Chai – Intellectual Property, Philadelphia

Monica H. Chang — Investment Manager, San Francisco

Anthony D. Cipriano – Taxes, Seattle

John D. Cleaver – Investment Manager, New York

Luisa Di Lauro – Antitrust and Competition Law, New York

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David C. Dziengowski – Work & Employment, Philadelphia

Crystal Fang – Corporate and Business Transactions, Los Angeles

Alana F. Genderson – Work & Employment, Washington, DC

Carly E. Gray — Employee Benefits/Executive Compensation, Washington, DC

Sarah J. Grimm – Finance, New York

Ryan W. Hanofee – Corporate and Business Transactions, Boston

Jacob J. Harper – FDA & Healthcare, Washington, DC

Douglas A. Hastings – Litigation, Washington, DC

Andrew Haupt — Corporate and Business Transactions, Philadelphia

Evan K. Jacobs – Litigation, Philadelphia

Jane M. Kang – Energy & Project Development, Los Angeles

Noah J. Kaufman – Antitrust and Competition Law, Boston

Eric C. Kim – Work & Employment, Philadelphia

Su Jin Kim – Litigation, Philadelphia

Mark A. Lazaroff – Energy and Project Development, Philadelphia

Richard M. Lee – Corporate and Business Transactions, Silicon Valley

Steven Lightstone — Investment Manager, London

Kimberley E. Lunetta – Work & Employment, Miami

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Grant R. MacQueen – Litigation, New York

Paul Mesquitta – Litigation, London

Douglas Norton-Taxes, Washington, DC

Emily B. Pickering – private client, Philadelphia

Rebekah Raber – Corporate and Business Transactions, New York

Nicholas A. Restauri – Intellectual Property, Chicago

Stephanie L. Roberts – Intellectual Property, Washington, DC

Philip S. Sarid – Structured Transactions, New York

John J. Sheehan – Corporate and Business Transactions, Philadelphia

Alexander B. Stein – Intellectual Property, Silicon Valley

Benjamin J. Stein – Corporate and Business Transactions, Boston

Lena M. Surilov – Finance, Boston

Adam D. Teitcher – Litigation, Orange County

Leonidas Theodosiou – Antitrust and Competition Law, London

Adam E. Wagmeister – Work & Employment, Century City

Jaclyn Unis Whittaker – Litigation, Philadelphia

Milan G. Wozniak – Structured Transactions, Chicago

Pamela T. Wu – Energy and Project Development, Washington, DC

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