Bath Wills is Lucy Langley who was a practising solicitor for eight years.
Lucy qualified as a solicitor in 1999 and worked in a high street practice carrying out private client work, including wills and probate. She then transferred to project finance and worked firstly at Pinsent Masons and then Freshfields for 7 years.
Whilst at Freshfields Lucy worked on a broad range of domestic and international energy and PFI work, including being personally responsible for managing large infrastructure projects to close, mostly in London but also in Singapore and Prague. She was the lead associate advising E.On on its disposal of its interests in a power station in Indonesia, deal value was in excess of $100 million. She also advised Royal Bank of Scotland as senior lenders on the £300 million Dockland Light Railway PFI project, Babcock and Brown as sponsors on the £61 million Derbyshire Courts PFI project and the sponsors (who included Halliburton) on the 1.5 billion Euro D47 Czech Motorway project.
Lucy was also seconded to Goldman Sachs for 9 months. Lucy moved to Bath in 2008 to concentrate on her family.