Hogan Lovells appoints new global head for mining sector

New HR director for Linklaters…

Hogan Lovells appoints new global head for mining sector
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Hogan Lovells appoints new global head for mining sector
Hogan Lovells has appointed corporate partner Matthew Johnson as global head of firm’s mining sector.

Johnson is based in Perth, Australia and has broad global transactional and advisory experience, specifically in the mining and natural resources sector.

“He knows the industry well and has worked on some of the most sophisticated mining matters in the world,” said Scot Anderson, global head of the firm’s Energy and Natural Resources Industry Sector Group. “He will provide exceptional guidance and leadership to our lawyers as we serve our clients in the mining industry.”

The firm has offices in many of the world’s key mining hubs.

New HR director for Linklaters
Linklaters has appointed Angela Ogilvie as its global HR director, succeeding Chris Lynch who has stepped down after seven years in the role.

Ms. Ogilvie has been with the global firm since 1995 and is promoted from her role of head of partner advisory to take overall leadership of the firm’s HR strategy. She also joins the Executive Committee.

“Our people are at the heart of everything we do and empowering them and our teams to do great work in the right environment is a foundational element of our strategy,” said firmwide managing partner Gideon Moore. “We are delighted we have made an internal appointment for this important role and I’m excited to be working with Angela in developing this strategy for the future.”

 

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