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MERGED PILLSBURY HAS SMALLER PARTNER CLASS Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman elevated 11 new partners, a decline from last year’s class and a return to Pillsbury’s pre-merger levels. After Pillsbury Winthrop and Shaw Pittman merged last year to form a 900-lawyer firm, the new-partner class jumped to 18 for the combined firms. In the two years prior, Pillsbury had new-partner classes of 12 and 10 respectively. Five of the 11 new partners this year are in the firm’s California offices. Rachel Horsch, 33, a real estate transactional lawyer who attended Boalt Hall School of Law; David Koeninger, 35, a corporate, securities and finance lawyer who attended Stanford Law School; and J. Gregg Miller, 36, a real estate lawyer who attended University of San Francisco School of Law were elevated to partner in the San Francisco office. James Masetti, 33, a finance, transactional and corporate lawyer who attended Santa Clara University School of Law, made partner in the Palo Alto office. JiJi Park, 34, a corporate, real estate and regulatory lawyer who attended Columbia Law School, was elevated to partner in the firm’s L.A. office. Three of the new partners are in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office with one new partner each in the firm’s Houston, Virginia and New York offices. The firm also announced that seven associates have been elevated to of counsel, four of them in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office with one, David Levine, in the firm’s Palo Alto office. The partnerships are effective Jan. 1.

Zusha Elinson

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