Associate's pro bono efforts earn release of detainees

Four of Kramer Levin associate Michael Sternhell's clients are still awaiting release, however.

, The National Law Journal

Kramer Levin associate Michael Sternhell has spent the last three years contesting the detention of a group of ethnic Uighurs wrongfully imprisoned at Guantánamo Bay. Also in Associate Movers, partner promotions are announced this week at Barnes & Thornburg and Gibson Dunn, as well as new arrivals at Eckert Seamans and Phelps Dunbar.

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