In the cold light of day - Latham & Watkins partner runs the Antarctic marathon
It's one way to make the gruelling schedule of trying to close a high-profile deal seem like much less of a challenge. But by the same token, most partners at international law firms would probably just as happily pull a 24-hour grind at their desk rather than run the Antarctic Ice Marathon. Late last year, I completed that very race in six hours 46 minutes.
Latham & Watkins partner Craig Nethercott (pictured) swaps the heat of closing a major deal for a frostbiting, teeth-chattering 26-mile run in the Antarctic – all in the name of charity
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