Angela Harford, Bell Gully

Angela Harford, Bell Gully
Rising Stars 2020

Company: Bell Gully
Job title: Partner

Angela Harford is an experienced corporate and commercial lawyer, supporting Bell Gully’s industry-leading projects and infrastructure work. Although Harford began her career at Bell Gully, she spent several years offshore at Slaughter and May in London gaining valuable international experience. In 2017, she returned to the firm as a senior associate before being promoted to partner in January 2019. Harford’s reputation in the market has continued to grow and she is recognised in international directory, The Legal 500 Asia-Pacific, in the projects and resource management (including environment) practice area. She is the firm spokesperson on electricity matters, including authoring an article analysing the Electricity Price Review, and advises a range of public sector entities on public private partnership procurement, together with other general procurement and commercial contracting matters. She has experience in social and economic infrastructure, including advising on the former Social Housing Reform Programme and more recently, on public and transitional housing. Her practice also includes acting for private sector clients on a broad range of corporate and commercial matters, primarily in the infrastructure and energy sectors.

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