The three candidates in the race to succeed Clifford Chance managing partner David Childs have begun canvassing the partnership ahead of a November vote. Global head of corporate Matthew Layton (pictured), Paris managing partner Yves Wehrli and real estate finance partner Andrew Carnegie have emerged as the only candidates to replace Childs after the nominations process concluded last week. Hustings are set to begin in early to mid-November, with the first round of voting scheduled towards the end of the month. Partners expect to receive manifestos from the candidates imminently.
Candidates for MP role begin canvassing as partners point to Layton as frontrunner The three candidates in the race to succeed Clifford Chance managing partner David Childs have begun canvassing the...
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