Walied Soliman has been named chairman of Norton Rose Fulbright in Canada.
The global firm announced Soliman’s election today, but the appointment was effective March 24. He will chair the Canadian Partnership Committee, which is an elected representative committee of the Canadian partnership, and will “play an important external role with our clients,” the news release stated.
“I look forward to highlighting our lawyers' thought leadership, creativity and service culture,” Soliman said. “I believe our product offering is superior and I look forward to speaking with clients on the unique solution-oriented offering of our lawyers.”