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Energy law, in terms of core legal disciplines, is a relatively new area of specialisation within the law, but one that is certainly set for significant growth and change over the coming years. Essentially, energy law covers all areas of renewable and non-renewable energy, including various aspects of law such as the use, taxation and extraction of both renewable and non-renewable energy sources as well as other areas of industry regulation. Energy law includes the legal provision for oil, gasoline, and ‘extraction taxes’ alongside the oversight of contracts for siting, extraction, licenses for the acquisition and ownership rights in oil and gas both under the soil before discovery and after its capture, sometimes covering adjudication regarding those rights. Solicitors and lawyers operating within the energy law sector will often work across both a national and international structure of legislation in what is a fast-moving and ever-changing area of law, as many laws have been passed to keep energy safe and to make the industry as environmentally friendly and efficient as possibly, particularly in areas of lowering carbon emissions.
Finding and securing you Energy Lawyer Jobs at top law firms
As a recruitment firm specialising in placing the best possible candidates in energy law jobs in such a fluid and changing sector within the law industry, Origin Legal has developed an excellent reputation for success in this vibrant new arena of energy lawyer jobs. To find out more about what opportunities there might be for you and your career within the specialism of energy law, or if you are searching for the right candidate for a vacancy you need to fill, contact Origin Legal on 01206 233500 or browse all our latest opportunities online on our jobs board here
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