A&O's Morley to chair new board for PRIME diversity initiative
Allen & Overy (A&O)senior partner David Morley has been appointed to chair a new board set up to oversee social mobility initiative PRIME as the scheme nears its one-year anniversary. A raft of senior names from the UK’s largest law firms have been appointed to the new six-person board, with Addleshaw Goddard senior partner Monica Burch, CMS Cameron McKenna senior partner Dick Tyler, DLA Piper board member Janet Legrand and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer corporate finance head Barry O'Brien all on the line-up alongside Morley. The final board member is educational charity The Sutton Trust’s director of programmes and partnerships James Turner.
Allen & Overy (A&O) senior partner David Morley has been appointed to chair a new board set up to oversee social mobility initiative PRIME, as the scheme nears its one-year anniversary.
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