Norton Rose Fulbright appoints key director to head Africa practice

08 December 2014 Norton Rose Fulbright

Global legal practice Norton Rose Fulbright is pleased to announce the addition of director Greg Nott as head of its Africa practice in South Africa. Greg’s appointment is the latest in a series of strategic steps in line with the practice’s plans to develop new relationships and markets on the African continent.

Greg is highly regarded in the energy and natural resources sector.

He was most recently a director at a national law firm where he was head of the Africa practice and was a member of the Management Committee of Lex Africa. Greg has served as Vice President of the National Association of Democratic Lawyers working with prominent legal mavens, past Minister of Justice Dullah Omar and Justice Pius Langa.

Rob Otty, Managing Director of Norton Rose Fulbright in South Africa comments:

“We are delighted to welcome Greg to our team. He is well-known to many of our existing clients and has acted for some of them. His skill set and his knowledge of our key sectors complement our existing resource and he brings added strength to our leading practice.”

Greg Nott said:

“I am pleased to join a top 3 global elite legal practice with an excellent reputation for delivering on some of the biggest mandates in Africa. The existing legal team provides a strong foundation for our growth plans of the practice on the continent. I look forward to working with all at Norton Rose Fulbright and to the opportunity to continue building the practice and the broader firm.”

Greg Nott was awarded Legal Business International lawyer of the year, 2010.

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