Private Practice

PSL - Energy & Infrastructure

PSL - Energy & Infrastructure

  • Fantastic opening for a Junior Lawyer to join our Tier 1 ranked Energy & Infrastructure, Global Projects Group as a PSL
  • We recently advised lenders (ECAs, DFIs and commercial) on the £5bn financing of a rail line in Mozambique
  • You'll develop and advance know-how, and develop and deliver both internal and external training
  • You'll also act as an ‘in-house’ counsel to fee-earners on technical legal issues
  • You'll have 2+ yrs PQE , a projects or project finance background (particularly with an energy focus) would be helpful

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