'Young lawyers want their voices heard now' - Norton Rose Fulbright's new chair on learning from millennials

Tricia Hobson, who next month will become Norton Rose's first female global chair, sets out her leadership ambitions

“Our millennials and young associates will be our future leaders - we can only benefit as a firm from seeking their views of what the firm of the future might look like,” says Norton Rose Fulbright’s new global chair Tricia Hobson.

This January, Hobson will succeed London banking partner Stephen Parish and become the first woman to hold the leadership role at the firm.

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