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Paul Jarvis appointed as CEO for Dentons' Middle East region

Posted 13 January 2021 · Add Comment

Dentons has appointed Paul Jarvis as chief executive officer for the UK, Ireland and Middle East (UKIME) region.

Paul Jarvis appointed as CEO for Dentons' Middle East region.  Image:  Dentons

Jarvis will assume the role on 1 May 2021, following the conclusion of Jeremy Cohen's second term. As CEO Paul will become a member of Dentons' Global Management Committee and Global Board.


A banking and finance partner based in the firm's Abu Dhabi office, where he will remain as he takes on his new role of CEO, Jarvis joined the firm as a trainee in 1999 and has served as Middle East Managing Partner since 2016.


'Having spent my entire career at Dentons it will be a privilege to lead the talented group of lawyers and professionals we have throughout the UK, Ireland and Middle East,' said Jarvis.


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