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Energy, Transport, and Infrastructure Associate

Energy, Transport, and Infrastructure Associate

  • About the team: With the transition to low-carbon economies, Dentons are at the forefront of the renewables and energy efficiency revolution.
  • About the role: The role will primarily focus on the commercial aspects of primary and secondary projects but will also involve providing elements of corporate, financial services, banking, construction, commercial, regulatory and general transactional advice.
  • Looking for: You should have the ability to demonstrate a desire to be involved in the on-going development of the practice.
  • Opportunities: The role will provide outstanding experience in drafting and negotiating project/finance documentation.
  • And more: We are active in all infrastructure sectors across the globe, and regularly act on rail, airports, health, education, roads, bridges and tunnels, prisons, public buildings, housing, water, wastewater, waste, defence and information technology projects.

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