Mr Andreas Fjærvoll-Larsen > Wikborg Rein > Oslo, Norway > Lawyer Profile

Wikborg Rein
Dronning Mauds gate 11
P.O.Box 1513 Vika
NO-0117 Oslo
Andreas Fjærvoll-Larsen photo

Work Department

Shipping offshore


Andreas has a broad international transaction practice focused on strategic advice and implementation of investments, joint ventures, bank-, bond- and project financings and restructurings within the maritime industries. He is heading the department for shipping- and offshore projects Andreas regularly assists Norwegian and international clients with negotiations of agreements for construction and conversion, sale and purchase, chartering, management and operation of ships, offshore units and ocean infrastructure. Andreas is dual qualified as a Norwegian Lawyer and a Solicitor of England & Wales.


2020- Partner, Wikborg Rein, Oslo,
2017-2019 Senior Lawyer, Wikborg Rein, Oslo
2015-2017 Senior Lawyer, Wikborg Rein, London
2012-2014 Senior Associate, Wikborg Rein, London
2011 Associate, Wikborg Rein, London
2009-2011 Associate, Wikborg Rein, Oslo
2008 Trainee, Wikborg Rein, Oslo
2008 Research Assistant, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law


2011 Practising Certificate
2009-2011 Maritim Trainee – Trainee programme of the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association
2008 Master of Laws, University of Oslo

Lawyer Rankings

Norway > Offshore construction and shipbuilding

Leveraging its international network of offices, Wikborg Rein has a solid track record in advising on high-profile and complex mandates, with a particular emphasis on cross-border work as well as shipbuilding disputes. Øyvind Axe oversees the practice from Bergen, working alongside Oslo-based co-head Andreas Fjærvoll-Larsen. Axe’s practice encompasses industry-related transactions, as well as construction contracts, asset sales, and major restructurings. Fjærvoll-Larsen takes point on international transactions in the maritime industry and also contract negotiations and charter agreements. Morten Valen Eide focuses on strategic commercial advice and dispute resolution within the shipping, offshore, and energy segments. Christian James-Olsen heads up the firm’ renewables energy group and also has extensive experience advising on energy-related offshore work, including project development, shipbuilding, and cross-border contract matters.

Norway > Maritime law

(Next Generation Partners)

Andreas Fjærvoll-LarsenWikborg Rein

Wikborg Rein’s offering runs the gamut of maritime, shipping and offshore work, handling the full spectrum of dry and wet shipping mandates, disputes, and cross-border transactions. Øyvind Axe oversees the global team from the firm’s Bergen office, while Andreas Fjærvoll-Larsen, praised for his ‘exceptional industry knowledge‘, co-heads the group from Oslo. Also based in Oslo is Herman Steen, who heads up the shipping and offshore disputes subgroup and is described by clients as ‘unquestionably the leading light for casualty work‘. Oddbjørn Slinning handles marine insurance litigation and casualty mandates, while Morten Lund Mathisen attracts praise for his expertise in wreck removal contracts. At associate level, the ‘up-and-comingMari Berg Rindahl is also recommended for cross-border transactional work.