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Bracewell’s Dubai Team Selected as a Finalist for Infrastructure & Energy Team of the Year by The Oath Middle East Legal Awards

DUBAI – Bracewell LLP is pleased to announce that the firm’s Dubai office has been shortlisted for the 2017 Infrastructure & Energy Team of the Year by The Oath Middle East Legal Awards. The winners will be announced at a special evening to honor and celebrate the accomplishments of the Middle East’s legal profession on November 28, 2017, at the iconic Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai.

Bracewell’s Dubai offering is the hub for the firm’s activities across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Our lawyers represent established, emerging and entrepreneurial businesses throughout the MENA region, including the Gulf Cooperation Council of the United Arab Emirates – Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar and Kuwait – as well as in jurisdictions such as Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Pakistan, Lebanon, Morocco and South Africa. One recent project aiding in Bracewell’s selection as a finalist for Infrastructure & Energy Team of the Year was advising Alcazar Energy Partners on the 82 MW Al Rajef Wind Power Project in Jordan, which stands as one of the largest Jordanian renewables projects.

In addition to being ranked by Chambers Global and The Legal 500 EMEA, Bracewell’s Dubai office was also named Infrastructure & Energy Projects Team of the Year by The Middle East Legal Awards 2017, which recognized the firm for being an innovator in this sector and for working on precedent-setting, game-changing projects and initiatives.

In pursuit of legal excellence and to recognize the legal profession’s achievements, Niche Publishers introduced The Oath Middle East Legal Awards back in 2015 to honor law firms and general counsels who are a cut above the rest. The awards honor the game changers and innovators who are revolutionizing the legal landscape of the Middle East. The judging panel is independent and is annually comprised of leading legal and business minds in the region.