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Senior Professional Support Lawyer for Sustainability and Energy Transition

Senior Professional Support Lawyer for Sustainability and Energy Transition

  • About the Firm: Slaughter and May is a leading international law firm, advising on high-profile and ground-breaking transactions around the globe.
  • About the role: We are seeking o appoint a Senior Professional Support Lawyer for Sustainability and Energy Transition to work in our London office.
  • Looking for: Among your key attributes, we are looking to secure your ability to engage with fee-earners to inform strategic decisions about knowledge priorities; and your professionalism to speak with authority on technical topics to a wide range of audiences.
  • Opportunities: You will be afforded the opportunity to support the Corporate sustainability client engagement practice and the real estate/infrastructure and energy teams with respect to the transition of energy systems.
  • And More: You will be expected to help co-ordinate other PSLs and fee-earners in other areas to address sustainability aspects in those areas, to ensure that there is broad but also deep coverage within the firm’s knowledge systems and for external consumption.

Slaughter and May

Slaughter and May is a leading international law firm with a worldwide corporate, commercial and financing practice. The firm provides incisive advice while ensuring real value for money, and a professional service of the highest calibre. Slaughter and May is recognised throughout the business and legal community for its ability to help its clients realise and develop commercial opportunities, no matter how challenging the setting.


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