Linklaters senior partner and chair, Charlie Jacobs, left the firm after 31 years on 30 June, with Aedamar Comiskey taking over as Linklaters’ first ever female senior partner.  

Jacobs, a corporate lawyer who was senior partner and chair for five years, is set to start a new role as Co-Head of the UK Investment Bank at J.P. Morgan.  

He shared some parting words on his LinkedIn profile: “Yesterday was my last day at Linklaters after 31 years at the Firm and the end of my five year term as Senior Partner and Chair.

“I felt nostalgic walking out the doors of Silk St for the la...

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