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Schiff Hardin Elects First-Ever Female Managing Partner
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Summary: The law firm of Schiff Hardin has announced that it has elected its first-ever female managing partner in the person of Marci Eisenstein. 

Schiff Hardin, which is based in Chicago, is 150 years old. For the first time in those 150 years, a woman has been elected to serve as managing partner of the firm, according to The Am Law Daily.

  
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Marci Eisenstein has been elected to the position and she told The Am Law Daily the following:

“I am really honored to have that position.”

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Eisenstein takes over the roll immediately as she succeeds Ronald Safer. Safer served as the managing partner of the firm for more than a decade.

Safer will remain at the firm as a member of its executive committee. He will also co-lead the firm’s white-collar crime and corporate compliance group.



Eisenstein came to Schiff Hardin in 1979 and has worked as a member of the firm’s executive committee for more than 10 years.

She also said that she plans to remain as the firm’s co-leader of the insurance and class action groups while also saying she “will be spending considerably more time on day-to-day management.”

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Eisenstein’s goals as managing partner will be to continue emphasizing the firm’s core values of collegiality, transparency and diversity while also growing the firm.

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Source: The Am Law Daily



 

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