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Deborah Greenwood

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Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner HRO

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Projects, energy and infrastructure.


 Partner who specialises in global finance, energy and infrastructure development. She regularly advises financial institutions, multinational corporations and government agencies developing power, oil and gas and infrastructure projects in emerging markets and other regions worldwide. Her experience includes both representing clients in relation to commercial contracts and also structuring, drafting and negotiating complex project financings. She is a member of Berwin Leighton Paisner's Renewables Focus Group and does much of her work in the renewables sector. Recent renewables work has included acquisitions and financings of several portfolios of wind, biomass and landfill gas generation assets.


Qualified 1998; Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy 1998-2001; Linklaters 2001-04; Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP 2004, partner 2007.


French, Italian.


Law Society; American Bar Association.


University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1995 BA, highest honours, highest distinction); Harvard Law School (1998 juris doctor, cum laude).

London: Public sector

Infrastructure (parliamentary)

Within: Infrastructure (parliamentary)

Headed by Partners Mark Richards and Adam Dann, the infrastructure team at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP  assists a broad range of clients  across the transport and infrastructure industries including aviation, rail, road and shipping. Others to note include Deborah Greenwood and Christian Drage .

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