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Ex-Linklaters lawyer gets Trilegal partnership

Trilegal has promoted counsel Saurabh Bhasin as non-equity partner in the energy and infrastructure group in Delhi from 1 August.

Bhasin started his law career at Amarchand Mangaldas in 2003 after completing his law degree and masters in law from Cardiff University and Cornell Law School respectively.

He then joined Linklater’s London office in 2006 until December 2010 before joining as counsel Trilegal, the best friend firm of Linklaters magic circle rival Allen & Overy.

Bhasin worked on power, oil and gas, roads and social infrastructure projects at Linklaters as a managing associate in the energy and infrastructure team.

He told Legally India that he was very happy to be part of Trilegal’s strong partnership and project finance practice, which was now around 25 lawyers in size and also worked closely with the firm’s banking practice.

“He is currently working on both financings and refinancings involving innovative structures and has represented domestic as well as international banks and financial institutions. He also advises other project stakeholders including developers, contractors, public authorities and borrowers,” according to a press release from Trilegal.

It added that his clients included Standard Chartered Bank, HSBC, Vinci, AES, the World Bank and Airbus India.

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