Shoosmiths chief exec to quit as firm elects first female leader
Shoosmiths chief executive Paul Stothard has quit the firm just one year into his third term at the head of the firm, with insurance partner Claire Rowe elected as his successor. Rowe (pictured), the firm's first female chief executive, will take up the role on 1 August following an uncontested election.
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