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Senior Energy And Infrastructure Associate Attorney

Type Full-Time

Location District of Columbia - Washington

Job ID NEOZ317739

Experience Level Midlevel Associate

Job Experience Min. 5 - Max. 18 Years

Ranking 4 : Medium to Large Business $$$$

Estimated Salary Highest Salary Band in the Market

Practice Areas Energy and Oil & Gas - General

2024-04-09 12:46:56

Job Overview:

A law firm in Washington, DC, is seeking a highly qualified Senior Energy and Infrastructure Associate Attorney with a strong background in U.S. domestic renewables, including solar, wind, energy storage, and alternative fuels. The ideal candidate should possess a J.D. degree, be admitted to the New York State Bar and/or D.C. Bar, and demonstrate expertise in renewables with a focus on debt and tax equity documents.

Duties:

  • Provide legal counsel and support on U.S. domestic renewables transactions, including solar, wind, energy storage, and alternative fuels.
  • Draft, review, and negotiate complex project documents related to energy and infrastructure projects.
  • Serve as the lead associate, overseeing all aspects of U.S. renewables transactions, ensuring compliance and efficiency.
  • Work collaboratively with sponsors and lenders, representing both parties in the negotiation and execution of energy projects.
  • Conduct legal research and analysis related to regulatory compliance, project finance, and energy policy.

Requirements:

  • J.D. degree from an accredited law school.
  • Admission to the New York State Bar and/or D.C. Bar.
  • Proven background in renewables, specifically U.S. domestic renewables.
  • Experience with debt and tax equity documents in the context of energy and infrastructure projects.
  • Knowledge of project documents and the ability to take a lead role in transactions.
  • Strong communication and negotiation skills.

Education:

  • Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from an accredited law school.

Certifications:

  • Admission to the New York State Bar and/or D.C. Bar.

Skills:

  • Expertise in U.S. domestic renewables, including solar, wind, energy storage, and alternative fuels.
  • Strong understanding of debt and tax equity documents in the context of energy projects.
  • Ability to manage and lead all aspects of U.S. renewables transactions.
  • Excellent legal research and analytical skills.
  • Effective communication and negotiation abilities.

 

This mid-sized New York law firm offers competitive salaries. The diversity of personnel and broad range of expertise is one of the greatest strengths of their New York office. Over recent years this firm has developed into a multi-faceted, multi-jurisdictional office offering a full range of services to their clients in the US, Latin America and elsewhere in the world. The majority of their work has an international element, so traveling and living abroad are features of everyday life at this firm. The firm advises in respect of US federal securities, tax, corporate and banking laws, project and asset financing, and structured financing as well as New York law and Delaware corporate law. As a part of their US practice, associates have the opportunity to work overseas at the start of their career. In addition, associates are quickly involved in transactions and high-profile deals for major corporate and investment bank clients.

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