Denmon Sigler



Denmon Sigler is a partner in Baker & Mckenzie's North America Banking, Finance and Major Projects practice. She advises on a wide range of domestic and international energy-related transactions, bringing over 17 years of experience in M&A, divestitures, joint ventures and project development.

Ms. Sigler is widely recognized for her work in energy, oil and gas, and has been named in the Houston Business Journal's Who's Who in Energy, Chambers USA, Legal 500 and The International Who's Who for Energy Lawyers, among others.


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Job Types Partner
Areas of Practice 1) Energy, 2) Mining & Infrastructure, 3) Infrastructure, 4) Oil, 5) Gas & Petrochemicals and 6) Project Finance
Law School South Texas College of Law (J.D.,1998)
Education Rice University (B.A.,1992)
Bar Member / Association Texas State Bar Association
Most recent firm Baker & McKenzie LLP
LinkedIn Profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/denmonsigler
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