Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw attorney Debora de Hoyos, 53, will relinquish her title as the firm’s managing partner as of June 1 and take on a new role overseeing client development initiatives and lawyer recruitment and development, the firm said in a release.

De Hoyos has held the managing partner position since 1991 and she’s giving it up as those duties are folded into a new office of the chairman that was created last year. She will remain on the firm’s managing committee.

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