A Law Firm Advises on Transactions, Litigation & Regulatory Matters currently has an opportunity for an attorney to join our market-leading Energy & Infrastructure practice open to any of our US office locations. We are looking for an attorney with four to eight years of experience in the areas of energy projects work relating to renewables and energy storage, and specifically focused on energy offtake work including one or more of: renewable energy power purchase agreements (both physical and virtual and both on the buy- and sell-side), corporate PPAs, energy storage offtake agreements, tolling agreements, renewable energy credit agreements, hedging agreements, resource adequacy sales agreements, ISDAs and EEI agreements. We seek attorneys who enjoy working closely with clients in an exciting, fast-paced environment.

For the eighth year in a row, A Law Firm Advises on Transactions, Litigation & Regulatory Matters is one of Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For, the annual list that recognizes companies with extraordinary workplace cultures. Additionally, A Law Firm Advises on Transactions, Litigation & Regulatory Matters has been recognized as a Project Finance Firm of the Year (Law360) and a Band 1 firm for US Renewables and PPP (Chambers).

We bring distinctive quality, diverse teams and innovation to everything we do. At our core, we value collegiality among our lawyers and strive to make our practices both professionally and personally rewarding. We'll help you to connect with peers and mentors to ensure you are integrated into our client teams. Our top-notch training and mentoring programs, retreats and academies, shadowing opportunities and more are what set us apart. If you are passionate about innovative work in a dynamic environment, you're just who we've been looking for.

Job Requirements:
  • 4-8+ years of relevant experience.
  • Candidates must be highly motivated and possess excellent academic credentials along with superior communication skills.
  • Membership to the State Bar of the office of the state in which the candidate expects to be located is required.