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Bracewell Recognized by IFLR1000 Energy & Infrastructure 2016 in Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America

HOUSTON – Bracewell LLP had five practices and five attorneys recognized in Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC’s IFLR1000’s 2016 Guide to Energy & Infrastructure. The 2016 guide is the fourth edition of IFLR1000’s sector specific guide to the legal markets of Asia-Pacific, Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America, the Nordic and Baltic region, and Sub-Saharan Africa.

In Sub-Saharan Africa, Bracewell was recognized in the categories of Oil & Gas, Energy, Renewable Energy and Mining. As noted in IFLR1000’s editorial, “A client working with the team on one of its flagship transactions recommended Bracewell for providing both, ‘Excellent service, and committed partners who are fully engaged with the project and our issues,’ adding that Bracewell has ‘an excellent understanding of extremely complicated commercial and legal issues.’”

The firm was also ranked in Latin America for Energy & Infrastructure. Noted in IFLR1000’s editorial was that “Bracewell has fairly impressive transactional capability in Latin America’s energy and infrastructure sectors, and clients speak highly of the firm.”

The following attorneys were recognized in IFLR1000 Energy & Infrastructure 2016 for their work in the following regions:

Sub-Saharan Africa
Partners Olivia Caddy, Jason Fox, Ben James and Darren Spalding.

Latin America
Partners Ben James and Manuel Vera.

The IFLR1000 ranks based on transactional evidence, client feedback and leading attorney feedback in each legal market the organization covers. The IFLR1000 Energy & Infrastructure 2016 surveyed 110 jurisdictions with 890 law firms participating in the research.