David Cruickshank > Dentons > Edinburgh, Scotland > Lawyer Profile

Dentons
QUARTERMILE ONE
15 LAURISTON PLACE
EDINBURGH
EH3 9EP
Scotland

Work Department

Energy, Transport & Infrastructure

Position

David Cruickshank is a Partner in the firm’s Public Procurement practice.

He has extensive experience in acting on all aspects of project and acquisition finance transactions across a number of different sectors

Career

2017 to date: partner Dentons UK and Middle East LLP; 2010 to 2017: partner (2013)/director, Maclay Murray & Spens LLP; 2006-2009: director/associate director, Barclays Capital, Global Loans; 2005-2006 legal consultant, Barclays Capital (on secondment from Shearman & Sterling LLP); 2000-2005 associate, Shearman & Sterling LLP; project development and finance 1997-2000; trainee, junior associate, Linklaters, project development and finance.

Education

1999 – present: member of the Law Society of England and Wales; 1996-1997 College of Law, London, Legal Practice Course; 1995-1996 College of Law, Common Professional Examination; 1992-1995 Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 2:1, Geography, MA; 1989-1991 Dover College.

Leisure

Fell running; member of Hawk’s Club; Cambridge; member of Archerfield Golf Club.

Lawyer Rankings

Scotland > Projects, energy and natural resources > Energy (excluding oil and gas)

Dentons’ Scottish team works on domestic and international matters in conjunction with its global network of offices. It is noted for its experience of advising on small and mid-scale projects for developers and funders, particularly in the onshore wind, hydro, solar, marine and energy from waste (Efw) spaces. Practice head David Cruickshank, who focuses on renewables and alternative energy, is a member of the firm’s cross-practice energy transition programme.