Roger Flower has joined Thompson Coburn as its new Chief Operating Officer, following longtime COO Steve Blackwell, who retired after ten years with the Firm.
As Chief Operating Officer, Roger will be responsible for managing the Firm’s business, financial, and administrative operations and assisting Chairman Tom Minogue in executing strategic initiatives. He will oversee the Firm’s senior management team and will serve on Thompson Coburn’s Executive and Management Committees.
“I’m excited to be joining Thompson Coburn as the new Chief Operating Officer,” Roger said. “It’s an honor to be a part of such a successful and innovative law firm, and I look forward to making a contribution to our future.”
Before coming to Thompson Coburn, Roger spent 25 years in executive management roles at law firms across the country, including serving as Chief Operating Officer at Crowe & Dunlevy in Oklahoma City and Baker & Daniels in Indianapolis.
“Roger shares our commitment to delivering superior value and results for our clients,” said Tom. “His perspective will help ensure the future growth of our Firm and the continuation of our culture of innovation, support for our communities, and investment in our people. We’re delighted to have him as part of our team.”
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