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Clyde & Co expands global Projects & Construction group with partner hire

  • Press Releases 5 February 2019 5 February 2019

Global law firm Clyde & Co has today announced the appointment of Mary Anne Roff as a partner in the firm's global Projects & Construction (P&C) group.

Mary Anne joins from Eversheds Sutherland and is a leading lawyer in energy and infrastructure disputes, with nearly 30 years' experience. She advises on disputes throughout the UK, Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific.

Her extensive experience includes litigation, arbitration and adjudication as well as alternative dispute resolution procedures such as early neutral evaluation and mediation. With an academic background in modern languages, Mary Anne is fluent in French, German and Spanish and has practiced in Paris.

John Morris, Partner and Head of Global Projects & Construction at Clyde & Co, said: "Mary Anne has an excellent reputation in the market and brings a wealth of experience and expertise to our clients nationally and internationally, particularly in energy and infrastructure sector disputes. Her appointment further strengthens our global P&C offering."

Mary Anne Roff comments: "I am delighted to be joining Clyde & Co. The P&C Group operates as a truly global team and has an enviable network of national and international offices. I look forward to contributing to its continued success, and to building my practice further in the coming years".

Mary Anne will be based in the firm's Newcastle office.

Clyde & Co's Projects & Construction Group delivers transactional and contentious legal services on some of the world's most high profile and complex infrastructure projects. It has an established footprint across all infrastructure classes, and has particular skill in applying developments in mature markets to assist both the private and public sectors in emerging territories. In the UK the P&C team has a presence in in London, Bristol, Manchester and, following the hire of Mary Anne, Newcastle.