Emily Harris | London | Hogan Lovells

Emily Harris

Associate Corporate & Finance


Emily Harris
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Emily is an associate in the firm’s Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects team, based in London.

Her work involves drafting and negotiating project documents and construction contracts for a range of clients, including sponsors, lenders, DFI’s, contractors and government agencies.

Much of her work is on power projects in Africa and Asia. However, she also has experience of, and has worked on, LNG and pipeline projects, battery storage projects, UK-based PFI/PPP projects, infrastructure M&A, and real estate development and construction.

Emily has also spent six months on secondment at a pharmaceutical company, where she worked on a range of supply contracts, procurement contracts, and tenders, both in the public and private sector.

Representative experience

Advising Covanta, Green Investment Group Limited and Veolia in connection with the development and construction of a 60 megawatt merchant waste-to-energy facility at Rookery South in Bedfordshire.

Advising a consortium led by BP on the US$45bn Shah Deniz 2 gas project in Azerbaijan, involving a 3,500km gas value chain to Italy.

Advising a group of DFI lenders on the development and financing of the a geothermal project in Ethiopia.

Advising a bidder on risk allocation and project structure in relation to the Weliwita Bulk Water Supply PPP in Sri Lanka.

Advising John Laing Environmental Assets Group on the due diligence on and financing of a portfolio of wind farms in the UK.

Advising an oil major on the development of landmark upstream oil project in Guyana.

Advising lenders on contract variations and operational issues arising on the £87 million Cumbria Infirmary PFI project in Carlisle.


  • Legal Practice Course, BPP University, 2016
  • LL.B. Law, London School of Economics, 2015
Bar admissions and qualifications
  • Solicitor, England and Wales
  • Law Society of England and Wales