Brad Butwin ’85 has been reelected as chairman of O’Melveny & Myers through 2025. This term will be Butwin’s third term as chairman.
The firm announced Butwin’s reelection on Thursday. His new term will last until 2025.
The New York-based attorney first took the helm of the firm in 2012, after serving as chairman of its litigation department. The latest election came more than eight months before his new term is scheduled to start in February 2021, demonstrating the O’Melveny partnership’s commitment to his vision for the firm.
“Our partners have expressed their utmost confidence in Brad’s leadership,” Pamela A. Miller, lead director of O’Melveny’s Policy Committee and a management team member, said in a statement. “For more than eight years now, under his steady leadership, O’Melveny has expanded our range of client services and enhanced our reputation in the marketplace.”