LLP filings show nearly 400 partners left UK top 20 firms in 2009
The UK’s top 20 law firms have seen nearly 400 partners leave since the beginning of 2009, with Clifford Chance (CC), Eversheds and Allen & Overy (A&O) topping the departure rankings. Limited liability partnership (LLP) filings with Companies House show that 384 partners have left the UK’s largest 20 firms by revenue since 1 January – in a year in which many firms have been actively restructuring their partnerships and managing out partners. This figure rises to 496 including partners resigning from the LLP but remaining with the firms as consultants or offices outside the LLP.
CC tops rankings with 81 partners leaving in 2009; Eversheds follows with 50 departures
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