Energy Partner Brian Bradshaw Joins Fulbright's Houston Office

Brian Bradshaw has joined Fulbright & Jaworski's Houston office as an energy partner. Bradshaw's practice is focused on cross-border and international projects, with an emphasis on the development and financing of LNG liquefaction and regasification terminals and other large-scale energy infrastructure projects. He joined the firm from Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP.

Bradshaw has been involved in energy and infrastructure projects throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, and in the Middle East and Africa, and he has advised clients on significant transactions in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Indonesia, Israel, Malaysia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Panama, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela and Yemen. Bradshaw regularly represents energy project developers, commodity sellers and purchasers, lenders, investment banks and equity investors.

"Fulbright has for more than 70 years had a well-recognized reputation in the global energy industry," said Steven B. Pfeiffer, Chair of the firm's Executive Committee. "Brian's international energy project experience will help the firm deepen its already formidable international energy practice, and he adds particular depth to our expanding global energy practice. We are pleased that Brian is joining us."

"As our energy needs continue to increase, one thing is clear—international energy and related infrastructure investments will be strong for a long time to come," said Mike Irvin, firm-wide head of Fulbright's energy practice. "Brian has helped dozens of energy companies develop and finance major energy projects around the world and is particularly effective in Latin America, where his Spanish and Portuguese fluency adds considerable value. He will be a great asset to our global energy clients, who are at the forefront of the race to meet the world's future energy demands."

Bradshaw is named in Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business 2005-2006 in the Texas Projects category. He earned his J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center in 1995, his M.B.A. from the University of Houston in 1995, and his A.B. from Washington University in 1991.