Pegasus Legal has extensive international experience in the energy and infrastructure sectors.
The team at Pegasus Legal have provided legal advice on major projects across Australia, Asia, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Their clients include projects sponsors, developers, construction contractors, operators, equity investors and financiers.
Gerald is a senior lawyer specialising in energy and infrastructure projects (in particular renewable energy) having worked in Australia, the UK and Germany.
He has advised contractors, project sponsors, banks and procuring authorities on projects in Australia and overseas.
Gerald is an industry leader in the renewable energy sector (in particular solar power) having advised on projects in more than 20 countries both from within the industry and as a practising lawyer.
He also has substantial expertise in the transport industry, having worked on numerous rail and airport projects in the UK, Europe, India and Australia.
Gerald has been a Visiting Lecturer within the LL.M. programme at the University of Warwick (UK) and within the LL.M. programme at the University of Queensland (Australia).
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Swati is the legal practitioner director of Pegasus Legal. She has advised on energy and infrastructure projects in the renewable energy, social housing education, healthcare and transportation sectors. Her clients have included contractors, project sponsors, banks and procuring authorities on projects in Australia and overseas.
MANAGER — OPERATIONS & SPECIAL PROJECTS
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Ashley manages the operations of Pegasus Legal along with special projects, such as consortium relationships and tender submissions. She is the project manager for InfraDocs - an upcoming document automation service for the energy and infrastructure industry.
Ashley has domestic and international experience of working with energy consultants, solar developers, pumped hydro consortia, electrical engineers and IT professionals.
Ashley has a dual degree in Business Management (Sustainability) and Arts (Art History). She is studying for a Master of Sustainable Energy from the University of Queensland (School of Chemical Engineering).