Husch Blackwell leader Paul Eberle, one of the few CEOs in the Am Law 200 who does not have a law degree, is planning to exit the firm in early 2024, after having served in the role for six years.

Husch is now undergoing a search to replace him, and, because Ebere’s tenure was such a success, the partnership is looking specifically for a business professional to succeed him, the firm said. A JD degree won’t be held against any candidate but it is certainly not a requirement, the firm added.

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