Michelle Solomon Le Page works her way to equity partnership at great-grandfather’s firmMichelle Solomon Le Page works her way to equity partnership at great-grandfather’s firm

Michelle Solomon Le Page has been promoted to equity partner on 1 October at Mumbai-headquartered firm Solomon & Co, which had been founded by her great-grandfather in 1909.

Shruti Maniar, a 2005 KC Law College Mumbai graduate, was promoted from senior associate to associate partner at the same time.

Solomon Le Page is a 2003 GLC Mumbai graduate and Bombay Incorporated Law Society solicitor, completed an LLB from London University's School of Oriental and African Studies until 2006 and qualified as a UK solicitor at the College of Law in London.

She then worked at UK Magic Circle firm Clifford Chance London and Paris as an associate between 2007 and 2012.

In 2012, she then joined Solomon as an associate partner in 2012 and now divides her time between Mumbai and Paris.

Her practice is focused on assisting foreign companies with their business interests in India.

There are now 4 partners and 6 associate partners at Solomon, with some of the associate partners on partnership track to be promoted to partner within the coming year, said Solomon Le Page.

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Like +0 Object -0 Guest 02 Nov 17, 11:22
Solomon has an office in Paris?
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Like +2 Object -0 Hamurrabi 02 Nov 17, 13:32
About time.
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Like +0 Object -1 Curious Cat 03 Nov 17, 11:30
Kian, please do an article on the Solomon family, especially the great-grandfather. Are the Solomons Sephardim or Ashkenazi? It would be fascinating if they are Sephardim settled in India for centuries.
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