Caroline B. Garner

Associate

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Caroline B. Garner is a corporate transactional lawyer with extensive experience in a wide range of practice areas, including project development and mergers and acquisitions, with an emphasis on equity investments in traditional and renewable energy projects. She also advises clients on general corporate, transactional, and governance matters.

Admissions

Bar Admissions

  • California
  • New York

Education

  • Columbia Law School, J.D.: Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar; Managing Editor, Columbia Law Review
  • Yale University, B.A., History: with distinction; cum laude

Professional Activities

Internships

  • Honorable Thomas M. Reavley, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
  • Citicorp North America and Berkshire Hathaway Energy in connection with the US$390 million South Plains Wind Energy II power project being developed by SunEdison, Inc. in Floyd County, Texas;
  • Citicorp North America and Berkshire Hathaway Energy in connection with the US$219 million Shannon wind power project being developed by Alterra Power Corp. and Starwood Energy Group in Clay and Jack Counties, Texas;
  • Morgan Stanley and Santander in connection with the approximately US$180 million Route 66 wind project being developed by First Wind Energy;
  • Morgan Stanley and MUFG in connection with the approximately US$20 million South Plains wind power project being developed by First Wind Energy;
  • Entegra Power Group in the sale of a 550MW natural gas power block and 25% interest in all related common facilities to Tucson Electric Power Company and UNS Electric, Inc.;
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