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IFLR1000 Energy & Infrastructure 2015 Recognizes Five Bracewell Practices and 13 Attorneys in Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America

HOUSTON – Bracewell & Giuliani LLP had five practices and 13 attorneys recognized in Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC’s IFLR1000’s 2015 Guide to Energy & Infrastructure. The 2015 guide covered the regions of Asia-Pacific, Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America, The Nordic and Baltic region, as well as Sub-Saharan Africa.

In Sub-Saharan Africa, Bracewell was ranked in Tier 3 in the Oil & Gas category, while standing in Tier 4 in both the Energy and Renewable Energy categories. Bracewell was also considered a notable firm in the Mining category. “A client in the Nigerian oil and gas sector says the firm produces ‘magic circle quality’ and ‘will go out of their way to deliver. I was impressed at the commercial approach.’”

The firm was ranked in Tier 3 in Latin America for Energy & Infrastructure. Bracewell’s “record illustrates how it is possible to do extensive work in the region without having an office there. It is a firm of considerable cross-border transactional ability.”

The following attorneys were recognized in IFLR1000 Energy & Infrastructure 2015 for their work in the following regions:

Sub-Saharan Africa
Partners Olivia Caddy (Rising Star), Jason J. Fox (Leading Lawyer), Ben James, Tracy C. London, Julian T. Nichol and Martin C. Stewart-Smith; Counsel Matthew B. Mulqueen; and Senior Associate Paul E. Jones

Latin America
Partners Amauri G. Costa (Leading Lawyer), Richard M. Farmer, G. Alan Rafte, Manuel Vera (Leading Lawyer) and Alastair D. Young

The IFLR1000 ranks based on transactional evidence, client feedback and leading attorney feedback in each legal market the organization covers. The IFLR1000 Energy & Infrastructure 2015 surveyed 110 jurisdictions with 750 law firms participating in the research.