Keystone Law is pleased to announce that David Hickman has joined the firm as a consultant specialising in infrastructure and projects.
David was previously Partner and Legal Director at Addleshaw Goddard, before spending five years working as a freelance legal adviser on charitable and business projects. David has many years’ experience advising UK Government bodies, contractors and funders on the procurement and negotiation of major infrastructure projects. In addition, David also provides training for clients and assists non-lawyers in their understanding of project and legal documentation.
Keystone Law Managing Partner, James Knight, said:
“David’s expertise in infrastructure and projects and his work across a broad range of sectors make him a great asset to the firm and we are thrilled to have him on board. Keystone is a pioneering law firm and many of David’s projects involve innovative new models and structures, which make him a great fit for the firm. We are always looking to welcome other forward thinking lawyers.”
Commenting on his appointment, David said:
“Keystone’s model offers me the freedom to continue working for my clients in the way that best suits them. I’m delighted to be joining other like-minded lawyers and becoming part of a flexible law firm.”