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Roger is a projects lawyer, who specialises in public procurement and state aid law. His focus is on delivering, for the public and private sectors, innovative project structures within these regulatory frameworks, including in relation to shared services, alternative business structures, development agreement, service restructuring and infrastructure projects, including PPP and non-profit distributing variants. He has significant expertise in applying the competitive dialogue procedure to challenging procurements.
Qualified 2000; notary public. Roger trained at Brodies and has over 12 years experience in the Brodies projects team working on a wide variety of projects from PPP to transport and social infrastructure to regeneration. In addition to his experience at Brodies, he has in-house public sector experience having been seconded to the legal directorate within the Scottish Parliament. In addition to his general projects expertise, Roger leads the work of the PEI group on procurement and state and law. He is accredited as a specialist in procurement law- one of only two in partners in Scottish law firms with that recognition. More importantly, he has the proven ability to present advise on these technical and complex areas of law in a user-friendly way, which supports commercial decision making.
University of Aberdeen (1997 LLB (Hons); 1998 Dip LP).
Energy and natural resources; EU and competition