What our barristers do
Our barristers have unparalleled expertise in the electricity sector, spanning regulatory work and commercial disputes. Our barristers undertake substantial advisory work and act in judicial reviews, planning and contractual disputes. For example, in the field of energy-from-waste, we assist with the planning aspects of development projects, as well as the contractual, planning and regulatory issues arising from the operation of facilities.
Our barristers have considerable expertise in developing areas such as electric vehicle infrastructure and battery storage.
Who our barristers act for
We act for a wide range of clients involved at each stage of the electricity lifecycle, including the generation, transmission, distribution and retail sectors. Our clients include regulators, energy supply companies, and local and central government bodies.
Where our barristers act
Our barristers are experienced in domestic public and private law, as well as the retained EU law framework. Domestic work includes High Court actions and planning inquiries.
We also act in international and cross-border disputes, such as the current development consent order (DCO) application for an electric power transmission link between England and France.