The conference is aimed at engineers, contract managers, in-house legal or others involved in the operational aspects of the infrastructure and energy sectors. Local law firms are also invited to attend. Regretfully we are unable to offer places to international law firms.
About Pinsent Masons
Pinsent Masons is an international law firm specialising in the infrastructure and energy sectors. With our international reach, expertise and knowledge, we enable the delivery of major infrastructure and energy projects across the world. We have been awarded ‘Global Construction Law Firm of the Year’ for the last 10 years at the Who’s Who Legal Awards, ‘Energy & Infrastructure Team of the Year’ at the Legal Business Awards 2016 and ‘Infrastructure Projects Team of the Year’ at the Lawyer Awards 2016. We have worked extensively across the African continent for many years and opened in Johannesburg in 2017, with a large team of dedicated infrastructure and energy lawyers.
Read more about our South Africa team.
About Keating Chambers
Keating Chambers, a London-based barristers’ chambers with 65 barristers (including 26 silks and six International Members based in Africa, Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore) is described as ‘a true heavy weight set with extensive experience in the construction, infrastructure and energy sectors.’ Awarded “Construction Set of the Year” at the Chambers & Partners 2017 UK Bar Awards, Keating has unparalleled construction, energy and infrastructure expertise and experience globally.
In addition to large scale construction and infrastructure projects and disputes, energy and offshore construction are key areas of work, particularly all forms of power generation, including coal-fired and nuclear power plants. Keating are recognised as leaders at the Bar in international arbitration and other forms of international dispute resolution, both as counsel and arbitrators. Recent work in Africa has included highways, mines, quarries, offshore oil fields, undersea cables and hotels. Two international members are advocates based in South Africa with detailed knowledge of the local legislation.
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