Gayatri Rawtal Named Youngest Partner At Karam, Missick & Traube Amid Firm's Growth Phase

April 17, 2024

Gayatri Rawtal Named Youngest Partner At Karam, Missick & Traube Amid Firm's Growth Phase

We are delighted to announce the promotion to partnership of Gayatri Rawtal to our firm.

Gayatri, who joined the firm in 2018, manages the Dispute Resolution team and advises clients on Civil Litigation, Private Client and Commercial matters.

Gayatri’s meteoric rise within both her profession and the firm is attributable to her extensive international experience, honed through advising clients within the Middle East, India and the UK. From the inception of her tenure as a graduate coinciding with the firm’s merger, Gayatri’s professional trajectory has been closely aligned to the growth and development of the firm.

In her new role, she will lead and manage a committed, skilled and diverse team of lawyers. This appointment is testament to the firm’s commitment to nurture and reward talent, making her the youngest ever partner at Karam, Missick & Traube.

Gayatri’s promotion is an exciting development for Karam, Missick & Traube as it moves into a new strategic phase of ambitious growth, reinforcing our commitment to tailor bespoke effective solutions for each unique client.

Founding Partner Marc Traube said: “The Partners of Karam, Missick & Traube LLP have taken note of Gayatri’s outstanding contributions and have unanimously decided to extend this offer, as a testament to the invaluable impact she has made within our organisation.

Gayatri has demonstrated the highest level of professionalism and leadership qualities while being committed to achieving excellent resolutions for our clients. Her hard work and unrivalled dedication, together with her impressive professional growth, has culminated in her swift ascent to partnership.

I extend my heartfelt congratulations to Gayatri on this well-deserved and exceptional achievement, making her the youngest partner this firm has ever had.”



Gayatri Rawtal

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