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Global Vietnam Projects, Infrastructure & Energy

The Projects, Infrastructure & Energy rankings table below has been designed to provide the most in-depth insights and reviews of the top ranked lawyers and law firms. The firms included in our rankings have been recommended by in-house counsel, other third-party experts and private practice lawyers. Our comprehensive research ensures you have all the information needed when looking to purchase legal services across Vietnam.

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  1. Clifford Chance
    Clifford Chance
    Projects, Infrastructure & Energy
    2023 | Spotlight | 10 Years Ranked
    Clifford Chance leverages top-drawer projects expertise from its global network, especially lawyers in Singapore and Tokyo, to advise on major developments in Vietnam, particularly in the power sector. The firm has a wealth of experience acting on both sponsor- and lender-side mandates in project finance for international clients. The practice is especially well versed in matters relating to oil and gas, petrochemicals and renewable energy. The team also demonstrates experience advising on M&A within the energy sector. JBIC and Asian Development Bank are notable clients of the firm.
  2. Shearman & Sterling
    Shearman & Sterling
    Projects, Infrastructure & Energy
    2023 | Spotlight | 10 Years Ranked
    Shearman & Sterling has a much-admired projects team in Singapore active on headline power developments in Vietnam. The firm is especially active for lenders in relation to project finance and development, including in the LNG space. The team also advises on transportation projects within Vietnam, such as its recent work for KEXIM. The practice also draws on lawyers in its Beijing, Seoul and Tokyo offices, among others, on projects in Vietnam.
  1. Linklaters (Thailand) Ltd
    Linklaters (Thailand) Ltd
    Projects, Infrastructure & Energy
    2023 | Spotlight | 10 Years Ranked
    Linklaters is a global law firm with a robust Vietnam-focused projects offering, working from bases in Bangkok, Hong Kong and Beijing, as well as further afield. Key strengths of the firm include expertise in project financing, acquisitions and development in the infrastructure and energy sectors, including thermal, wind, solar and coal power. The team is well versed in handling BOT projects in Vietnam. The firm works closely with its local alliance partner, Allens, to ensure a comprehensive service on cross-border matters. Linklaters regularly acts for private multinationals and investment institutions as sponsors and project owners. IFC, Mainstream Renewable Power and GreenYellow Mekong are clients of the firm.