Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow, the member firm of Baker McKenzie in Singapore, has promoted nine lawyers as principals and local principals for the new financial year starting today. Local Principals Ashish Chugh from the Dispute Resolution practice, Jaclyn Ho from the Tax & Trade practice, and Abe Sun from the Intellectual Property and Technology ("IP Tech") practice are now promoted as Principals (i.e partner equivalent). Lim Ren Jun also from the IP Tech practice and an existing Principal is promoted to the senior level of Principalship.
There are five new Local Principals (i.e. of counsel equivalent): Leng Harn Szuan from the Tax & Trade practice, Aaron Jones from the Finance & Projects practice, Jens Carle from the Financial Services practice, Alex Toh from the IP Tech practice, and Sharon Foo from the Mergers & Acquisition practice.
Andrew Martin, Managing Principal of Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow, said: "I would like to congratulate our newly promoted lawyers who are our next generation leaders in their respective areas of expertise, and are all highly regarded by our clients."
"Even as we head into a period of challenge on the global economic front, we are committed to our talent strategy which is to develop our 'homegrown' lawyers as well as the right lateral hires, and continue to invest in their career paths to build high performance teams in each of our practices."