Adv Malin Wikström > Setterwalls > Gothenburg, Sweden > Lawyer Profile

Setterwalls
SANKT ERIKSGATAN 5
PO BOX 11235
404 25 GÖTEBORG
Sweden

Work Department

Environment, Infrastructure

Position

Partner

Malin Wikström has almost 20 years of working experience within the field of environmental law.  She assists companies of all sizes as well as the State and municipalities in environmental law issues. As of 2020, Malin is, together with Linnea Ljung, head of the expert area environmental law at the Gothenburg office.

Malin Wikström regularly assists clients with permit applications regarding environmentally hazardous facilities and activities, and acts as legal counsel in the Land and Environmental courts. Furthermore, Malin represents infrastructure facilities (such as ports and airports), development projects, waste facilities and major industries.

Malin also assists in matters relating to environmental damages, environmental crime, work environment and issues relating to the supervision of environmentally hazardous activities.

Malin is also a reckognized lecturer and gives lectures both in external contexts as well as for clients on a regular basis.

Career

2020, Setterwalls

2002-2020, Front Advokater

2002, Gärde Egnell och Hjelström

2000-2002, District Court of Lund, law clerk

2000, LL.M., Master of European Law, the London School of Economics and Political Science

1999, Gothenburg University, LL.M.

1997-1998, The London School of Economics and Political Science, European Union Law

Languages

Swedish, English

Memberships

Member of the Swedish Bar Association

Education

2000, LL.M., Master of European Law, the London School of Economics and Political Science

1999, Gothenburg University, LL.M.

1997-1998, The London School of Economics and Political Science, European Union Law

Lawyer Rankings

Sweden > Environment

Setterwalls ‘puts together a very competent and collaborative dynamic team with a holistic approach’ to regulatory, transactional and contentious work including advising on water rights issues, renewable energy projects, operational matters and legislative work. The group acts for a broad range of domestic and global clients and has recently been advising Harvard University on the novel SCoPEx project, which relates to developments in solar geoengineering technology. Anders Linnerborg heads up the team and is active in water matters and permitting issues. Other key names include Tove Andersson , who was recently appointed as an expert in an inquiry by the Ministry of Environment; Malin Wikström, who regularly handles permit applications; and Linnea Ljung, who ‘provides very sound and solution-focused advice’.