“What you need to do as an office managing partner is to know everybody . . . know what support they need, and then support the overall firm’s goals. It’s a balancing act sometimes, but she was just the right person for the job,” said Murray.
“My mentors have often pushed me outside my comfort zone,” Cho, a business litigator, told the Chicago legal paper.
In addition, the firm announced Partner Adam Miller, an environmental and toxic tort litigator, will lead the firm’s new St. Louis office, and Partner Scott Chesin, an appellate litigator and strategist, will oversee the New York location.