DLA Piper hires Lillian Mackenzie to projects team in Edinburgh
DLA Piper has appointed Lillian Mackenzie as a partner in the projects team, part of the finance and projects group. She joins the firm along with two associates and will be based in Edinburgh.
Prior to joining DLA Piper, Mackenzie was a partner at MacRoberts where she joined as a trainee in 1999 and became a partner in July 2011.
She specialises in PPP, including NPD and PFI, and her experience spans various sectors including healthcare, defence, education and roads, with a primary focus on finance, corporate and project agreement aspects of such transactions. Within the energy sector, her particular focus is on project finance aspects.
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