Mr Per Conradi Andersen > Kvale Advokatfirma DA > Oslo, Norway > Lawyer Profile

Kvale Advokatfirma DA
0122 OSLO

Work Department

Renewable energy, dispute resolution


Mr Per Conradi Andersen has worked as a lawyer since 1995. He has substantial competence and experience in counselling and procedures within norwegian power supply, IPR (patents, trademarks and cases of copying) and contracts/property. He has experience from public sector, as deputy judge and as lawyer the last 19 years.


2011 – Partner, Kvale; 2003 – 2011 Partner, Bjerknes, Wahl-Larsen; 1995 – 2003 Lawyer, Wiersholm, Mellbye & Bech; 1993 – 1995 Deputy Judge, Flekkefjord District Court; 1990 – 1992 Executive Officer, Ministry of Oil and Energy


Norwegian and English


The Norwegian Bar Association.


1993 Master of Law, European Law, University of Exeter; 1989Cand.jur., University of Oslo

Lawyer Rankings

Norway > Electricity and renewable energy

Kvale Advokatfirma DA has ‘unique insight into the utilities sector’ at a national and international level, acting for a range of utility companies and energy clients including Hafslund, E-CO Energi and TrønderEnergi. Group head Christian Poulsson regularly handles cross-border mandates with additional expertise in regulatory work, commodities issues and litigation. Other key practitioners include Per Conradi Andersen, Kristin Ourom, who acts for distribution system operators and hydropower production companies; and corporate expert Sverre Tysland, who joined the group from SANDS in 2020.

Norway > Dispute resolution

Key sector strengths for the dispute team at Kvale Advokatfirma DA encompasses the financial services, consumer products, oil and gas, public and real estate industries; the team also handles patent and IP litigation for life sciences and onshore technology companies. Practice head Per Conradi Andersen focuses on renewable energy, construction and corporate matters, and has extensive arbitration experience. Jens Brede excels in the oil and gas sector, and Andreas Stang Lund and Christian Poulsson are also key names to note, along with Anne Marie Sejersted and Ingvild Hanssen-Bauer, who focus on IP litigation.