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Leroy Levy

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Leroy Levy is a partner in King & Spalding’s Dubai office and a member of the firm’s Middle East Group.

Mr. Levy is an infrastructure lawyer and has over 16 years of experience representing clients in the Middle East, particularly the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  He has worked on a number of innovative and groundbreaking deals, including the US$ 2 billion air separation unit BOO project at Jazan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the US$20 billion Sadara petrochemical complex, the world’s largest petrochemical project.  Mr. Levy is an expert in PPP projects.


Mr. Levy received his Bachelors of Law (LL.B.) with honors from Queen Mary College, University of London, England, in 1994 and his MSC in construction law and arbitration from King’s College, University of London, England.  He is admitted to practice in England.


Mr. Levy is on the roster of experts of the United Nations Economic Commission of Europe.  He is also a member of the Saudi British Joint Business Council.

Publications and Speeches

  • “Islamic Project Financing – A New Path” – IFN Duai Semniar Roundtable – September 2015, DIFC Centre of Excellence

  • Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association, GCC Road Transportation Legislation – May 2014

  • MENA Petrochemicals March 2014, Dusit Thani Hotel, Dubai, UAE

  • Contributing author to the International Corporation Legal Guide to Lending and Secured Finance (2016 Edition)

  • “Structuring Innovations of a Saudi Arabian Industrial Gases Deal – the Jazan ASI Project Financing”: Energy Law Exchange

  • “Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030: the Challenge of Implementation and Some Analysis on Institutional and Regulatory Public Private Partnership Reform: Energy Law Exchange

  • “Saudi’s Vision 2030: Why Government Capacity Building is so Important”: Energy Law Exchange

  • “Will the Saudi PPP Program Succeed?”: Energy Law Exchange