Global Chief Executive
Peter Martyr is the Global Chief Executive of Norton Rose Fulbright. He is based in London.
Elected Managing Partner in 2002, Peter has been responsible for the successful expansion of the practice into Australia, Canada, Latin America and South Africa and in June 2013, into the United States, with the inclusion of Fulbright & Jaworski LLP into Norton Rose Fulbright.
In the course of Peter’s tenure as Chief Executive, the practice has won a number of awards, including the Managing Partners Forum Exceptional Achievement Award (2013); City A.M. Law Firm of the Year Award (2012); The Financial Times Innovative Lawyer Innovation in International Expansion Award (2011); The Lawyer Law Firm of the Year Award (2011); Legal Business Most Enterprising Law Firm of the Year (2010); The Lawyer HR Awards Innovation in Talent Management & Retention (2010); The Financial Times Innovative Lawyer Resourcing Award (2009) and The Lawyer Law Firm of the Year Award (2009).
Peter was named Legal Week’s British Legal Awards Law Firm Leader of the Year (2012) and Legal Business Management Partner of the year (2009); in December 2012, The Times listed Peter as one of 12 leading business figures of 2012.
Peter qualified as a solicitor in 1979 and became a partner in 1985. Peter practised as a commercial disputes lawyer, handling large-scale, international, maritime, energy and insurance disputes. He became a member of our Management Committee in 1985, and was responsible for changing the focus of the business from traditional practice areas to industry sectors. Peter was also responsible for setting up our Charitable Foundation in 2003.
Peter Martyr discusses the upcoming combination between Norton Rose and Fulbright & Jaworski.
10 December 2012