Kamil Jankielewicz rejoins Allen & Overy as Counsel and Head of the Polish Energy and Environmental practice
07 May 2021
Allen & Overy announced that Kamil Jankielewicz has rejoined the firm as a Counsel in the Projects, Energy, Natural Resources and Infrastructure Group (PENRI) and will lead the Polish Energy and Environmental practice.
His return underscores the firm’s commitment to strengthening its leading position as a PENRI advisor in connection with the Polish economy’s ongoing transition towards climate neutrality.
Kamil is a qualified Polish attorney-at-law. Since the beginning of his professional career, he has been involved in energy sector-related matters. He is a multidisciplinary lawyer with a focus on this sector, advising on matters such as regulatory requirements relating to power (including nuclear power, offshore and onshore renewables), heat and oil & gas (up-, mid- and downstream), mergers and acquisitions, as well as on the development, construction and financing of projects, including PPPs, acting on the side of sponsors, project companies, and lenders. He also advises clients on matters of environmental and public law, including foreign direct investment and public procurement matters.
Tomasz Kawczyński, Warsaw Banking and Projects partner commented: “Our PENRI Group in Poland is focused on assisting our clients in meeting the enormous challenge of the epochal transformation of the Polish economy in order to achieve climate neutrality. We are very excited to have Kamil back. I believe that his vast experience will be an invaluable addition to our team and will ensure our clients receive top-level support in facing the many sophisticated and evolving challenges connected with the Polish energy transition”.
Warsaw Corporate partner Jarosław Iwanicki added: “Kamil is a versatile lawyer with significant experience not only in advising on regulatory matters but also in leading teams negotiating share purchase agreements and project contracts in the energy sector. His return will boost our energy offering“.