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Juliet Stradling

Senior Expertise Counsel

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
United Kingdom
Languages English

Juliet is a senior counsel in the Energy & Climate Change Team, focusing on energy regulation and expertise within the team.   

With more than 450 energy and climate change lawyers, including over 100 partners, the CMS Energy and Climate Change practice is one of the largest of its kind in the world. Led from its centres of excellence such as London and Aberdeen, the practice works across 75 offices globally. Building on 40 years of experience advising on power, oil & gas and renewables through to energy disputes, emerging areas and Energy Transition, CMS is uniquely placed to ensure clients receive advice best suited to their commercial needs and to our collective future.

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"Juliet is a real trusted advisor. Her knowledge is great and she is wonderful to work with. A real extension of our in house legal team."

Legal 500, 2023

"Juliet Stradling is hailed as "a great team player" with "an impressive ability to quickly understand complicated, technical industries and financial information". She is also praised as "a go-to especially for Ofgem regulatory matters"."

WWL: Energy 2022

"Key team members include...well-regarded of counsel Juliet Stradling."

Legal 500, 2020


In 2019 Juliet produced content for Lexis PSL Energy (on the Capacity Market review), Practical Law Energy (on offshore transmission) and Utility Week (on proposed reforms to the regulatory appeals process).   


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  • 2001 – LPC (Distinction), College of Law, London 
  • 2000 – PGDL (Distinction), College of Law, London 
  • 1999 – MA (Hons) History, University of Cambridge 
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En­ergy Sec­tor: Re­tained EU law re­form – bon­fire of laws or death by ju­di­cial...
The UK re­tained a sub­stan­tial body of laws and reg­u­la­tions based on the status quo at the end of the “Trans­ition Peri­od” fol­low­ing the UK’s de­par­ture from the European Uni­on. At that time, the Gov­ern­ment...
The En­ergy Prices Bill: Re­think­ing the Lib­er­al­ised Mod­el
The En­ergy Prices Bill (the “Bill”) was in­tro­duced as emer­gency le­gis­la­tion to Par­lia­ment on 12 Oc­to­ber 2022 and rep­res­ents or man­dates the Gov­ern­ment’s pro­posed re­sponse to the en­ergy crisis cur­rently...
European Com­mis­sion pro­poses emer­gency mar­ket in­ter­ven­tion to tackle high...
On 14 Septem­ber 2022, the European Com­mis­sion (“Com­mis­sion”) pub­lished a pro­pos­al for a Coun­cil Reg­u­la­tion on an emer­gency in­ter­ven­tion to ad­dress high en­ergy prices (“Pro­pos­al”). This emer­gency...
UK Gov­ern­ment to con­sult on fun­da­ment­al re­form of GB Elec­tri­city Mar­ket
The UK Gov­ern­ment’s De­part­ment for Busi­ness, En­ergy and In­dus­tri­al Strategy (“BEIS”) has pub­lished a wide-ran­ging con­sulta­tion on the most sig­ni­fic­ant piece of elec­tri­city mar­ket re­form in a dec­ade...
CMS wins Best Sus­tain­ab­il­ity Ini­ti­at­ive at The Law­yer Awards 2022
 In­ter­na­tion­al law firm CMS has picked up the Sus­tain­ab­il­ity Ini­ti­at­ive of the Year award at The Law­yer Awards 2022. The firm was re­cog­nised for its part­ner­ship with Young Cit­izens on the cre­ation of...
Ofgem pub­lishes minded-to de­cision and fur­ther con­sulta­tion on Path­way...
In Ju­ly 2020, the Off­shore Trans­mis­sion Net­work Re­view (“OT­NR”) was launched with the ob­ject­ive of en­sur­ing that the trans­mis­sion con­nec­tions for off­shore wind gen­er­a­tion are de­livered in the most...
Off­shore Trans­mis­sion Net­work Re­view: Up­date on An­ti­cip­at­ory In­vest­ment...
In­tro­duc­tion In sup­port of the UK Gov­ern­ment’s off­shore wind and net zero am­bi­tions, the Off­shore Trans­mis­sion Net­work Re­view (the “OT­NR”) aims to de­liv­er im­prove­ments in the way that off­shore gen­er­a­tion...
Elec­tri­city Mar­ket Re­form – Tak­ing stock
The En­ergy Act 2013 (the “Act”), whose stated aim was to de­liv­er se­cure, af­ford­able and low car­bon en­ergy to UK con­sumers, re­quires five-yearly re­views (the “Re­view”) of the pro­vi­sions of the...
Nod­al Pri­cing to Achieve Net Zero: Na­tion­al Grid ESO pub­lishes its con­clu­sions...
On 24 May 2022, Na­tion­al Grid ESO (the “ESO”) pub­lished the Net Zero Mar­ket Re­form – Phase 3 As­sess­ment and Con­clu­sions (the “ESO Re­port”). The ESO Re­port is part of the ESO’s Net Zero Mar­ket...
Off­shore Trans­mis­sion Net­work Re­view: up­dates on multi-pur­pose in­ter­con­nect­ors 
On 14 April 2022, Ofgem pub­lished its con­sulta­tion on its minded-to de­cision on the ap­proach to multi-pur­pose in­ter­con­nect­ors (the “Ofgem Con­sulta­tion”). The Ofgem Con­sulta­tion sets out the pro­posed...
UK QUEEN'S SPEECH - Im­pact on the en­ergy sec­tor
On Tues­day 10 May 2022, the UK gov­ern­ment un­veiled its an­nu­al le­gis­lat­ive agenda, in­clud­ing those laws that will help drive the en­ergy trans­ition to­wards “cheap­er, clean­er and more se­cure en­ergy”...
Ofgem launches re­view of loc­al en­ergy sys­tem op­er­a­tion
On 26 April Ofgem launched a call for in­put on the fu­ture of loc­al en­ergy in­sti­tu­tions and gov­ernance, in the con­text of the wider emer­gence of the Dis­tri­bu­tion Sys­tem Op­er­at­or (“DSO”) role. The call...