Piper Alderman welcomes senior associate to Adelaide office

The new hire is an experienced projects and commercial lawyer

Piper Alderman welcomes senior associate to Adelaide office

Piper Alderman has welcomed David Vincent as a senior associate in its Adelaide office in a bid to expand its project and infrastructure capabilities.

Vincent has a broad range of commercial experience with a focus on major energy, mining and infrastructure projects. His technical legal skills are complemented by his recent in-house experience at an ASX20 company.

Vincent worked as a senior associate in the projects practice at King & Wood Mallesons in Melbourne before making the switch to Piper Alderman.

His Bachelor of Science, majoring in Geology and Geophysics, provides him with a practical approach and understanding of mining and resources. He is also a member of the Energy & Resources Law Association.

Commenting on Vincent’s appointment, national practice team head Martin Lovell said: “David has significant experience working on major projects, and we are delighted to have someone of his calibre joining our team. His hire is part of our national strategy to continue to grow capability in this area and respond to the increasing activity and influx of projects across the renewable energy, resources and infrastructure sectors.”

Vincent said, “The team’s deal credentials, relationship clients and focus on major projects made this a great fit for me. I’m excited about being based in Adelaide but working as part of an integrated national team.”

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