Malcolm Parry

Malcolm Parry

Senior Associate

Email [email protected]​

Phone +44 20 7296 2000

Fax +44 20 7296 2001

Practice groupCorporate & Finance

A senior associate in our Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects Group, Malcolm is an experienced transactional EPC and projects lawyer with deep experience advising public and private sector clients on major transactions and regulatory developments in the UK and around the globe. His work focuses on ‘first of a kind’ complex transactions and in particular global game-changing projects providing innovative solutions to overcome global challenges such as the climate crisis.

Malcolm advises clients across a range of sectors, but has particular experience in the nuclear energy and defence sectors as well as significant experience advising on energy transition and renewables projects. Malcolm is also a founding member of our Business and Social Enterprise (HL BaSE) faculty, is the lead associate for our Business Integrity Group and is a key member on our ESG Alliance board. He has spent time on secondment to Big Society Capital, an independent social investment institution, and uses the experience he gained from working with a client with a 'triple bottom line' to ensure that his clients receive pragmatic and tailored commercial advice whilst ensuring that business integrity is a key part of the thought process.

Education and admissions


LL.B., The University of Law, London, 2010

MSc (Hons), Downing College Cambridge, 2006


Law Society of England and Wales

Society of Construction Law

Representative experience

Advising a List X defence contractor on £multi-billion nuclear-power related defence programme, including on a joint venture with MoD and others

Advising the UK Meteorological Office on the £multi-billion ‘first of kind’ procurement for supercomputing as a service delivered through the world’s most advanced weather supercomputer

Advising Alstom on the €12.4 billion sale to GE of its power and grid businesses and establishment of JVs in the grid, renewable and nuclear sectors

Advising Alstom-Drax-BOC in relation to the UK Government’s CCS commercialization program to deliver an innovative 'first of a kind' end-to-end carbon capture and storage solution

Advising multiple international contractors and technology suppliers on development and construction of various aspects of offshore wind farms, interconnectors and other energy transition projects

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