On Wednesday, Allen & Overy announced it had promoted 36 lawyers. Last week, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer promoted 30 to partner, while last month Linklaters elevated 41.

DLA’s global Co-CEO, Simon Levine, said in the firm’s statement: “DLA Piper is committed to providing our clients with the highest levels of service as a trusted business partner. We do this within the framework of our values of being supportive, collaborative, bold and exceptional. The newly appointed partners are true advocates of these values, making a demonstrable contribution to the success and growth of our firm.”

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Neil Macdonald, Finance, Projects and Restructuring

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Danielle van Berkel, Real Estate

Atlanta, U.S.

James Rusert, Corporate

Auckland, New Zealand

Carl Blake, Employment

Austin, U.S.

Alexandra Polenz, Corporate

Georgia Jolink, Labor and Employment

Baltimore, U.S.

Jennifer Dinsmore, Finance

Birmingham, U.K.

Chloe Barker, Litigation and Regulatory

Jonathan Clarke, Corporate

Bogotá, Colombia

Camila del Villar Hernández, Regulatory and Government Affairs

Lucas Arboleda, Regulatory and Government Affairs

Felipe Artistizábal, Corporate M&A

Boston, U.S.

Kurt Weaver, Corporate

Brisbane, Australia

Alexander Samson, Corporate

Brussels, Belgium

Heidi Waem, Intellectual Property and Technology

Alec Van Vaerenbergh, Litigation and Regulatory

Casablanca, Morocco

Camilia Benani, Corporate

Chicago, U.S.

Brian Wohlberg, Corporate

Cologne, Germany

Kokularajah Paheenthararajah, Intellectual Property and Technology

Copenhagen, Denmark

Anette Moll Berg, Intellectual Property and Technology

Kenni Svanholm Jensen, Corporate

Andreas Medom Madsen, Finance, Projects and Restructuring

Dallas, U.S.

Meagan Self, Litigation

Edinburgh, U.K.

Sarah Letson, Finance, Projects and Restructuring

Linzi Penman, Intellectual Property and Technology

Frankfurt, Germany

Eike Neugebauer, Finance, Projects and Restructuring

Hamburg, Germany

Moritz von Hesberg, Corporate

Helsinki, Finland

Jonathan Andersin, Corporate

Hong Kong, China

Elizabeth Wong, Intellectual Property and Technology

Leeds, U.K.

Claire Clayton-Stead, Litigation and Regulatory

James Clark, Intellectual Property and Technology

Lima, Peru

Daniel Flores, Antitrust, Competition, Consumer Protection and Data Protection

Lisbon, Portugal

Catarina Santos Ferreira, Employment

Margarida Leitão Nogueira, Intellectual Property and Technology

Ana Carvalho, Tax

London, U.K.

Laura Marcelli, Corporate

Pippa Hill, Finance, Projects and Restructuring

Sam Whittaker, Corporate

Tom Laidler, Litigation and Regulatory

Rachit Agarwal, Tax

Los Angeles, U.S.

Katherine Imp, Finance

Nandan Padmanabhan, Intellectual Property

Manchester, U.K. Charles Weems, Finance Projects and Restructuring

David Cook, Litigation and Regulatory

Miami, U.S.

Salvatore Favuzza, Private Equity

Milan, Italy

Antonio Longo, Tax

Munich, Germany

Manuel Indlekofer, Real Estate

Constanze Krenz, Intellectual Property and Technology

New York, U.S.

Breanna Fields, Litigation

Alexander Steinberg, Finance

Marc Miller, Intellectual Property

Northern Virginia, U.S.

Brian Winterhalter, Real Estate

Paris, France

Romain Guénin, Finance, Projects and Restructuring

Gabriel Dalarun, Real Estate

Stéphanie Schindler, Employment

Jeanne Dauzier, Intellectual Property and Technology

Rome, Italy

Chiara Cimarelli, Litigation and Regulatory

San Francisco, U.S.

Michael Fluhr, Litigation

Henry Cheng, Tax

San Diego, U.S.

Skyler Anderson, Real Estate

Anthony Taranto, Corporate

Samuel Esan, Corporate

Silicon Valley, U.S.

Philipp Tsukanov, Corporate

Sydney, Australia

Clancy King, Employment

Toronto, Canada

Matthew Demeo, Employment

Titus Totan, Employment

Richard Mar, Intellectual Property and Technology

Vienna, Austria

Nicole Daniel, Litigation and Regulatory

Warsaw, Poland

Rafal Kluziak, Corporate

Washington DC, U.S.

Aurelie Ercoli, Litigation

Melanie Garcia, Regulatory and Government Affairs

Rachel Ludwig, Regulatory and Government Affairs

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