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Energy & Infrastructure Managing Associate

Energy & Infrastructure Managing Associate

  • About the Firm: The Linklaters Energy & Infrastructure group specialise in large scale, award winning and market-leading projects across the world - covering oil and gas, petrochemicals, LNG, thermal power, renewables, nuclear, water and waste, mining, airports, roads and bridges, ports, stadia, telecoms, and rail related transactions.
  • About the role: We are seeking to appoint an in-house Energy & Infrastructure Managing Associate, with a minimum of 5 years’ PQE, to work in our London office.
  • Looking for: Among your many attributes, we are looking to secure your experience in advising clients on large-scale matters to include Project Finance, Energy and Infrastructure, Acquisitions and Disposals and Rail Projects.
  • Opportunities: That we advise on the full range of market participants means that you will be afforded the opportunity to anticipate, and importantly to understand, issues and problems that may arise during the course of a project and find constructive solutions to them.
  • And More: You will possess excellent technical and writing skills, including drafting and legal analysis; and the abilities to both follow and synthesize legal and regulatory developments and issues; and the ability to develop knowhow and training of practical and commercial application.

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