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LONDON (July 21) Kilpatrick Stockton LLP announces the addition of Mo…

LONDON (July 21) Kilpatrick Stockton LLP announces the addition of Morgan Clewley to the firm’s Projects Group in London from Allen & Overy.

Mr. Clewley has extensive experience in a wide variety of different projects sectors, many of which have had multi-jurisdictional elements. Recent projects have included sports stadia, power stations, wind farms plus schools and hospital PFI projects. Mr. Clewley received his B.A.(Hons) from University of Bristol, and later received his CPE/LPC from College of Law, London.

Mr Clewley’s joins a growing team of Projects lawyers. His appointment follows that of Andrew Walsh who joined Kilpatrick Stockton as partner in March this year.

Kilpatrick Stockton, with one of the leading Projects practices in London, represents a range of clients in the public and private sectors in connection with major projects, outsourcings, project finance and government contracts. Clients include consortia, funders, sponsors, contractors, and the public sector. The Projects Group has teams focusing on key market sectors including health, education, defence, transportation, local government and technology.

About Kilpatrick Stockton

Kilpatrick Stockton LLP is a full-service international law firm with more than 470 attorneys in nine offices across the globe: Atlanta and Augusta, GA.; Charlotte, New York, Raleigh and Winston-Salem, NC.; Washington, D.C.; London, England; and Stockholm, Sweden. Kilpatrick Stockton’s delivery of innovative business solutions provides results-oriented counsel for corporations, from the challenging demands of financial transactions and securities to the disciplines of intellectual property management. Collaboration among Kilpatrick Stockton’s corporate, litigation and intellectual property attorneys provides knowledgeable and proactive guidance for companies at every stage of the business life cycle.

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