Roald Nashi, P.C.
He is a fierce advocate for his clients. Roald is an exceptional attorney and a commercially minded negotiator." - Chambers USA
Roald Nashi is a partner in the Washington, D.C., and Houston offices of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Roald represents private equity and infrastructure fund clients on investments in energy and infrastructure assets, including structured equity financings, bank and bond financings, tax structured financings, leveraged lease, and margin loan facilities. Roald has been recognized by Chambers Global in Projects, Chambers USA in Projects, Legal 500 as Next Generation Partners for Project Finance, Law360 as a 2019 Project Finance MVP and The American Lawyer as a 2023 Dealmaker of the Year. Roald is also co-editor of the Energy Mergers & Acquisitions Review.
Editor, The Energy Mergers & Acquisitions Review
Italy's Class Action Experiment, 43 Cornell Int'l L.J. 147 (2010)
Generating Strategies in Energy & Infrastructure Markets Panel, Cornell Alternative Investments Conference, May 3, 2019
Stern Private Equity Club, Energy and Infrastructure Panel, 2019 Annual Stern Venture Capital and Private Equity Conference, February 22, 2019
American College of Investment Counsel - 2018 Spring Investment Forum - Chicago - Presentation on Project Finance in the Private Placement Market - Back Leverage Financing
The American Lawyer, Dealmaker of the Year, 2023
Chambers Global, Projects, 2022–2023
Chambers USA, Projects, 2021–2022
Law360, MVP, Project Finance, 2019
The Legal 500 United States, Next Generation Partners, Project Finance
Yale University, Visiting Scholar, 2006–2007
Oxford Studies in Epistemology, Managing Editor, 2005–2010
Admissions & Qualifications
- District of Columbia
- New York
- Cornell Law SchoolJ.D.cum laude
Excellence for the Future Award in Secured Transactions
Senior Articles Editor, Cornell International Law Journal
- Cornell UniversityPh.D., Logic
- University of WisconsinB.A.
Soros Foundation Scholarship