Jee-Seon Lee > Johnson Winter & Slattery > Perth, Australia > Lawyer Profile

Johnson Winter & Slattery
LEVEL 4,
167 ST GEORGES TCE
PERTH WA 6000
Australia

Work Department

Energy & Resources

Position

Partner

Career

Jee-Seon is a commercial lawyer with experience in corporate and regulatory issues and energy and resources projects.

She has broad experience in the energy and natural resources sector advising clients on mining construction and procurement contracting, upstream oil and gas projects to downstream gas and electricity projects and contracting. She has particular experience in the electricity and gas industry including advising on the acquisition and divestments of energy assets including power stations, gas pipelines and associated infrastructure; regulatory regime governing the electricity and gas markets; power station development; gas and electricity supply contracts and access to electricity and gas transmission and distribution systems.

Jee-Seon has had extensive involvement in the electricity and gas reform process in Western Australia, having spent 12 months at Western Power Corporation on secondment and advising the Corporation on its disaggregation and being involved in submissions to the Western Australian Government on a range of energy reform initiatives.

She was the Chairperson of the REMCo Compliance Committee from 2010 to 2013. Jee-Seon is recognised as a leading lawyer in Energy Law by Best Lawyers Australia, 2019.

Languages

Korean

Education

Bachelor of Commerce, University of Western Australia
Bachelor of Laws (Hons), University of Western Australia

Lawyer Rankings

Australia > Energy (transactions and regulatory)

Johnson Winter & Slattery has bolstered its energy practice, already a strong focus for the firm, with the arrival of highly-respected transactional partners Bruce Adkins and Stuart Claque from Corrs Chambers Westgarth, a significant boost to the Brisbane office. A full-service offering includes transactional advice, regulatory support, and planning matters for major domestic and international clients engaged in upstream and downstream oil & gas, electricity, and renewable energy projects. Jee-Seon Lee leads the team from Perth, and has great experience in the Western Australia gas and electricity sector, encompassing power station developments, transactions, and regulation. Melbourne’s Peter Rose is an experienced transactional counsel who also offers regulatory and planning expertise. Adelaide-based Christopher Beame made partner in 2020 and specialises in regulatory advice to both the business and regulatory side.

Australia > Natural resources (transactions and regulatory)

Johnson Winter & Slattery has bolstered its resources practice, already a strong focus for the firm, with the arrival of highly-respected transactional partners Bruce Adkins and Stuart Claque, a significant boost to the Brisbane office. A full-service offering includes transactional advice, regulatory support, and planning matters for major domestic and international clients engaged in large-scale mining and minerals projects. Jee-Seon Lee leads the team from Perth, and has great experience in the Western Australia mining construction and procurement sectors. Melbourne’s Peter Rose is an experienced transactional counsel who also offers regulatory and planning expertise. Adelaide-based Christopher Beame made partner in 2020, and specialises in regulatory advice to both the business and regulatory side.