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CAM partner Alice George joins client Essar Ports as general counsel

George moves to major CAM client to head up its in-house function

Alice George to join top legal role at Essar Ports
Alice George to join top legal role at Essar Ports

Mumbai-based Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas corporate and infrastructure projects partner Alice George will be joining Essar Ports as general counsel (GC), we have reliably learned.

Essar Ports operates terminals at Hazira and Salaya in Gujarat, and ports in Andhra Pradesh’s Visakhapatnam and Paradip in Odisha.

George, a 1998 NLSIU Bangalore graduate, had become a partner at CAM (or Amarchand Mangaldas’ Mumbai office, as it then was) back in 2011, after having joined the firm in 2006.

She specialises in projects, infrastructure financing, outbound acquisitions and equity investments, particularly in the infrastructure space such as roads, ports and telecoms, according to her firm profile.

Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas managing partner Cyril Shroff commented: “Alice moves in-house to a big client of the firm with our blessings.

“We wish her the very best.”

We have reached out to George for comment.

Update 19:58: She commented that she had had an “exceptional working experience at CAM and will always hold that dear.”

Alice George Work history From: 2011 : Partner , Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas Education 1993 - 1998 : National Law School of India University , B.A. LL.B (Hons.) ,
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