32 join King & Spalding's global partnership

The new additions plump up the leadership across 13 offices

32 join King & Spalding's global partnership

King & Spalding has expanded its global partnership with the addition of 32 lawyers across 13 of its offices.

The appointments take effect on 1 January next year. The new partners specialise in a variety of practice areas, including disputes, civil litigation, white-collar criminal defence, finance and class actions.

The lawyers joining the partnership are as follows:

APAC

  • Anisha Sud (Singapore)

Middle East

  • Macky O'Sullivan (Dubai)

US:

  • Julia Barrett (Austin)
  • Amy Boring (Atlanta)
  • Matthew Bush (New York)
  • Randy Butterfield (Atlanta)
  • Danielle Chattin (Atlanta)
  • Chelsea Corey (Charlotte)
  • Zachary Davis (Atlanta)
  • Martin Eid (New York)
  • Dev Ghose (New York)
  • Kyle Gotchy (Sacramento)
  • TaCara Harris (Atlanta)
  • Kevin Hynes (New York)
  • Benjamin Jones (San Francisco)
  • Aleksandra Kopec (Charlotte)
  • Jamie Lang (Los Angeles)
  • Tim Lee (Atlanta)
  • Kevin E. Manz (New York)
  • Suzanne Nero (San Francisco)
  • Brett Nizzo (New York)
  • Fernando Rodriguez-Cortina (Houston)
  • Gregory Ruehlmann (Atlanta)
  • Peter Schmidt (Washington, D.C.)
  • Jennifer Schramm (New York)
  • Mark Sentenac (Atlanta)
  • Lindsay Thomas (Northern Virginia)
  • Ariana Wallizada (Washington, D.C.)
  • Kathryn Weiss (New York)
  • Chris Yook (Washington, D.C.)
  • Jared Zajac (Charlotte)
  • Julia Zousmer (Chicago)

“It is a privilege to welcome these exceptional lawyers to the partnership, each of whom has sophisticated legal skills that are in high demand by our clients.  As a group, they underscore the depth, diversity and dedication of our lawyers,” King & Spalding chairman Robert D. Hays, Jr. said.

The firm also named 16 new counsel across 8 branches:

UK:

  • Jenni Weaver (London)

Europe:

  • Cueneyt Andac (Frankfurt)
  • Anne Atlan (Paris)
  • Agnès Bizard (Paris)
  • Nora Djeraba (Paris)
  • Elisabeth Kohoutek (Frankfurt)
  • Sebastian Müller (Frankfurt)

US:

  • Steven Blau (New York)
  • Tanya Canup (Atlanta)
  • Luke Fields (Washington, D.C.)
  • Keiko Hayakawa (New York)
  • David Hudson (New York)
  • Kent Jordan (Atlanta)
  • Josh Mitchell (Washington D.C.)
  • Jarred Reiling (Chicago)
  • Jonathan Shin (Los Angeles)

These lawyers will step into their new roles on 1 January.

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