Hogan Lovells reappoints Marie-Aimée de Dampierre as chair for second term

She was initially appointed as board chair in 2021

Hogan Lovells reappoints Marie-Aimée de Dampierre as chair for second term

Hogan Lovells has re-appointed Paris IP, media & technology partner Marie-Aimée de Dampierre as chair of the firm for a second term, beginning 1 May 2024. She will serve in the post for another three years.

As chair, de Dampierre commits to oversee the firm’s ethos and standards, nurture the firm’s culture, exemplify commitment and leadership behaviors expected of partners in serving both clients and the firm, and play an advisory role in relation to partnership matters.

 “It gives me great pleasure to stay on as chair of Hogan Lovells,” said de Dampierre. “The firm continues to be elevated among the leading global law firms, despite unprecedented geopolitical and economic challenges, and a competitive global legal market. I look forward to guiding the board and supporting our people so that we can continue to deliver exceptional services for our clients.”

Having joined Hogan Lovells in 2000 as a senior associate, de Dampierre was initially appointed as board chair effective 1 May 2021. Before taking up the role of chair, she held a number of management roles, including board member, chair of the firm's global diversity & inclusion committee, regional managing partner for Continental Europe and regional managing partner for the firm's Europe, Middle East and Africa region, and office managing partner for Paris. 

An intellectual property litigator, de Dampierre served as head of the Paris office IPMT practice, and has focused on the life sciences & health care, consumer, media, and technology industries. She has also contributed to several of the firm’s people development programs, serving as an ambassador for diversity and inclusion.

The board, which comprises 12 elected members in total, has supervisory responsibility for overseeing the affairs of the firm, but without executive responsibility for strategy, management, and operating decisions. It provides input to the CEO and international management committee.

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