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Highly regarded


Bar admissions:

England & Wales
New York


United Kingdom

Practice areas:

Project development
Project finance

Industry sectors:

Natural resources
Technology and telecommunications

Sanja Udovicic is a partner in the Projects practice at Shearman & Sterling. She focuses on the financing of renewable, energy, natural resource, infrastructure and TMT projects (and related M&A transactions) across the globe. She regularly represents financiers, borrowers and sponsors on cutting edge and award-winning transactions.

  • Strengthened retention efforts through internal and external professional networks for high-achieving women around the world, leading to greater opportunities to develop necessary skills and connections for success.
  • Facilitate a variety of Global Academies and Conferences at various career points. E.g. our 12-month women attorneys programme is designed to retain high-potential female senior associates and junior partners by providing mentoring and skill development.
  • To support the visibility of our women attorneys, the @ShearmanWomen Twitter feed and related LinkedIn platforms help to build strong relationships between women in law and business, while also raising the profile of our women attorneys.
  • Further details here and here

  • Lenders on the $1 billion Temane IPP project, a 400 MW gas fired power plant in Mozambique.
  • Lenders on the $1.2 billion financing of the Acu LNG to Power Project in Brazil.
  • DFIs on the financing of three solar projects in Egypt.
  • DFIs and commercial banks on the $489 million financing of the Zarqa CCGT Power Project in Jordan.
  • Sponsors on a major financing for Angola LNG.

• Project Development & Finance
• Islamic Finance

  • Power
  • Infrastructure/Transportation Projects
  • Oil and Gas
  • Renewables
  • TMT
  • Financial Institutions

  • Law Society of England & Wales

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Law, Queen Mary College London 1993
  • LL.M., University College London 1994
  • LL.B., University College London 1992