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5 July 2001

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Find out who’s moving where in our
regular appointments section.

Martineau Johnson is strengthening its national
education practice with the appointment of employment and administrative law
partner Rachel Woolf

. Woolf moves from Lawfords, where she was a consultant.

Roy Fraser , former acting head of legal at personal injury
(PI) specialist Claims Direct has defected to a newly launched lawyers'
collective as business development manager

Nicholas Sinfield has become the latest Davies Arnold Cooper
partner to quit the firm. Sinfield, the former head of the insurance services
and corporate risk teams, has left, with no information about his employment
whereabouts. Sinfield had been on sabbatical for the past two months. He
indicated to the partnership that he wished to resign in order to pursue
alternative career opportunities. After some discussion, it was agreed that he
could leave with immediate effect.

Taylor Joynson Garrett is taking on the head of
construction from Lewis Silkin, which in turn is replacing her with a partner
from Hammond Suddards Edge. Helen Garthwaite is leaving Lewis
Silkin for Taylor Joynson and being replaced by Peter Morris

, a partner from the London office of
Hammonds.

Herbert Smith's Hong Kong office has lost litigation
partner Martin Rogers
to Clifford Chance. Rogers' departure has created waves in the
Hong Kong market, as his 11-year tenure at Herbert Smith demonstrated a
long-term commitment to the firm's principal base in Asia. Rogers will join
Clifford Chance's Hong Kong litigation and dispute resolution practice as a
partner in February 2002, following a period of gardening leave.

Ambassador Susan G. Esserman , one of the Clinton
Administration's top trade officials, will be rejoining Steptoe & Johnson
LLP as a partner in its Washington, D.C. office. Esserman, who most recently
served as Deputy U.S. Trade Representative, will head the firm's international
business services team, offering multi-disciplinary solutions to global business
challenges.

Solution 6 (UK) Ltd, a provider of IT solutions
to time-based professionals and their clients, has announced the appointment of
David England

as managing director of Solution 6,
Europe. David
qualified as a chartered accountant with Coopers & Lybrand’s London office
in 1987. For the last three years David has been an executive director of a
major UK business services company, and he brings to Solution 6 strong
leadership qualities, plus a wealth of experience in business development and
customer service.

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