Shearman & Sterling Partners Face Possible Demotions

, The Am Law Daily

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The Am Law 100 firm, despite repeated denials, is considering a plan to remove some partners from the equity ranks in order to boost profits. Shearman & Sterling has watched its finances slip in recent years.

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  • Lewis

    Thanks for this. Really interesting update. I‘ve shared on social media too :) By the way, P.S.E.C Inc is a really awesome company that offer consulting for Legal Professionals: That‘s anything from strategic planning, lateral moves, mergers and acquisitions - all the way to exit strategies. If you‘re interested, definitely check them out. Here‘s their site: psecinc.com/lateral-attorney-resources.html Thanks again!

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