An afternoon with Mayer Brown’s London managing partner Sally Davies

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Hosted by Mayer Brown
Reference AW20-29
Date Fri 11 Dec 2020
Time 2pm to 4pm
In partnership with Legal Cheek
Location Virtual event
Theme Careers, Commercial Awareness
Level Students, Graduates

Join us for a rare opportunity to meet an elite law firm’s London managing partner, followed by virtual networking with other lawyers at the firm and its graduate recruitment team.

Sally Davies, the Mayer Brown managing partner for the firm’s London office, will give an overview of her career journey in corporate law and share her insights on the industry. She will also talk about how she helped steer a global law firm through the pandemic and deliver her forecasts for the year ahead.

Sally, whose background is in commercial litigation and arbitration, will answer students’ questions put to her by a Legal Cheek journalist before being joined by colleagues from the firm for a wide-ranging chat designed to give students an authentic insight into life at Mayer Brown.

After the presentation (running 2pm to 3pm) there will be virtual networking (3pm to 4pm) with Sally, Mayer Brown’s graduate recruitment team and other lawyers and trainees at the firm (see below).

Ashley McDermott, Partner, Finance
Stuart Pickford, Partner, Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Kwadwo Sarkodie, Partner, Construction & Engineering

Graduate recruiters
Mark Dubes, Graduate Recruitment and Development Manager
Callum O’Connor-Cox, Graduate Recruitment & Development Coordinator

Kitty Swanson, Counsel, Tax
Sarah Rochelle, Senior Associate, Real Estate
Robert Hobson, Associate, Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Liam Kellett, Associate, Pensions

Trainees and apprentices
Samantha Green, Trainee Solicitor
Ross McKeown, Trainee Solicitor
Shekhar Seebaluck, Trainee Solicitor
Frederick Calder, Trainee Solicitor
Hormis Kallarackel, Trainee Solicitor
Lydia Brecknell, Trainee Solicitor
Thierry Houle-Graham, Trainee Solicitor
Esther Farley, Solicitor Apprentice

Apply to attend. You’ll be asked to submit a CV and two questions for the panel.