DLA Piper Australia chief to leave the firm after two years

Former Minter Ellison managing partner Weber to step down after two years in the role


DLA Piper’s Australia managing partner John Weber is to step down at the end of April, after just two years in the role.

Weber joined the firm in 2014 from Australian firm Minter Ellison, where he was managing partner between 2003 and 2008 and chief executive between 2008 and 2014. As part of his role, Weber has a seat on the executive management team of DLA Piper’s international partnership, which comprises the firm’s business outside the US.

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