Sarah Devine is a partner in the Washington, DC office and is a member of the international project finance practice. Sarah has extensive experience representing clients in connection with international debt and equity financings of projects, with particular emphasis on transactions in Latin America.
Sarah has specific experience in the renewable energy and infrastructure sectors, including transport, hospitality and other social infrastructure projects. She has been lead counsel on projects in Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Argentina, Peru and the Dominican Republic, among others. Sarah was seconded to the legal department of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) for nearly two years earlier in her career, where she provided legal counsel on the financing of IFC projects in a number of regions and across a range sectors, including transport, hydropower, education, manufacturing and microfinance.
She received her JD from Stanford Law School, her BA from Oxford University and a BS from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. She was Fulbright scholar in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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