Conexus Law Limited is registered at Companies House under number 10032517

Authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority under number 661161

Registered office:  Finsbury House, 23 Finsbury Circus, London EC2M 7EA, United Kingdom

VAT number:  GB234328129    ICO number:  ZA326521

"Conexus Law" is a registered European trademark number 017970965

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IT infrastructure companies and their customers require commercial and legal advisors who understand cutting edge technology, understand the opportunities and challenges presented by it, apply the law and regulatory landscape to changing dynamics, deliver their advice in a practical and solutions driven way, and communicate that advice clearly.


Strategy, operation and management


  • Building product offerings, and contracts, that support flexibility in future demand from customers, capacity planning and delivery of content at the edge of consumption

  • Product transition, from colocation to cloud and XaaS provision, building appropriate service level agreements (SLAs) based on market experience

  • Site appraisals (legal)

  • Mergers and acquisitions, disposals

  • Capital cost funding

  • Performance-based outsourcing for operation and maintenance

  • Customer contract life-cycle management systems


Real estate


  • Options, purchase, agreements for lease, leases

  • Wholesale and colocation leases and licences, cross connects

  • Wayleaves, easements, power and connectivity

  • Planning


Design and construction


  • Procurement advice across multiple markets to drive product consistency, speed to market, measurable innovation, reward structures and supply chain loyalty

  • Partner contracting, project production management

  • Risk management of incorporating new technology - batteries, fuel cells, DCIM 2.0, thermal management, 5G

  • Dealing with constrained supply chains (tier 1 and below) and supply chain management

  • Standardisation and modularisation, addressing speed to market requirements




  • Dealing with legacy regulations which may fail to address the way the world now works

  • Adapting to regulatory change and contributing to the debate in relation to proposed changes

  • Helping clients to comply with conflicting international regulations

We provide full-service legal services for IT infrastructure, data centres, internet, fibres optics and connectivity