Withers, a rapidly expanding international law firm that focuses on representing private wealth, has named Geneva-based partner Justine Markovitz to serve as the firm’s next chairperson, starting July 1.

Markovitz will be the second woman to lead the firm, which has its origins in 19th century England, representing the landed gentry, as well as more recent U.S. roots in Connecticut. She replaces Ivan Sacks, the firm’s first U.S.-based chairperson, who served the maximum two terms.

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