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Norton Rose takes Gilbert + Tobin partner

Norton Rose takes Gilbert + Tobin partner

The firm that was Deacons, now Norton Rose, has recruited a former Gilbert + Tobin lawyer to its energy and infrastructure practice.

THE firm that was Deacons, now Norton Rose, has recruited a former Gilbert + Tobin lawyer to its energy and infrastructure practice.

Vincent Dwyer joined the firm as a corporate partner in the Sydney office on Thursday 1 April.

Dwyer, who was formerly co-head of the energy and infrastructure practices, said the move gives him the chance to grow his client base.

“Norton Rose's headlights strategy, focussing, amongst other things, on the energy, infrastructure and transport sectors together with its deep international network, is a powerful base from which to draw expertise,” Dwyer said.

Elizabeth Hallett, head of Norton Rose’s Australian corporate practice said Dwyer’s appointment adds depth to the practice in Australia and internationally.

Dwyer is well known for his acquisition and project work in the power industry, including in renewable power. He has done broad M&A and project focussed practice in the infrastructure sector, including water.

Singapore-based energy and infrastructure partner, Nick Merritt, said: "Clients in Asia-Pacific expect to receive high quality, expert advice from experienced lawyers such as [Dwyer].”


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