New York-based rainmaker touted as next senior partner at Shearman

O'Connor, Joanne
May 2005
Lawyer;5/30/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 21, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that lawyer Rohan Weerasinghe has been proclaimed as the official candidate for Shearman and Sterling company's forthcoming senior partner elections. Reorganization of the management of the company; Announcement of the candidate proposals by the firm's policy committee; Reason for the selection of Weerasinghe as the official candidate.


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