Construction, Engineering and Energy Law Journal of Ireland

Editors:Arran Dowling-Hussey; Katie Lee
Publisher: Round Hall
Publication Begins 2015:

Jurisdiction: Ireland

This journal features discussion of the evolving areas of the Irish legal system by reference to Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”). Many disputes within this area are already resolved by way of ADR or it is suggested that they are amenable to being heard in this way. The editorial board of the Construction, Engineering and Energy Law Journal of Ireland is made up of John Tackaberry QC, solicitor Niav O'Higgins, John Trainor SC, solicitor Anthony Hussey and Chartered Engineer Siobhan Fahey.

About the journal

  • Presents detailed coverage of recent developments in Construction, Engineering and Energy law by leading domestic and international contributors.
  • Offers subject to new Acts a legislation update.
  • Case digests of Irish Superior Court cases in field of Construction, Engineering and Energy law.
  • Book reviews of domestic and international titles.

Articles published in first issue include:

  • The Internal Market in Gas in Ireland, by Jarlath Fitzimons, SC
  • Statutory Adjudication and the Constitution - Some Preliminary Observation, by Dr Paul Brady BL
  • Legislation Update: Transposition of the New EU Procurement Directives — – The Importance of Getting it Right for the Construction Sector
  • Case Report on Eurocom Limited v Siemens Plc [2014] EWHC 3710 (TCC); High Court of Justice (QBD), Ramsey J., November 7, 2014
  • Case Report on Viridian Power Ltd and Huntstown Power Company Ltd v Commission for Energy Regulation [2014] IEHC 614
  • Book Review: Hudson’s Building and Engineering Contracts; 4th Supplement to the 12th Edition, Atkin Chambers, Sweet & Maxwell

About the Editors

Arran Dowling-Hussey has been a barrister since 2003 and works from the Law Library, Dublin and 33 Bedford Row Chambers in London. He has been involved as a party representative or ADR neutral in 100 arbitrations, mediations and adjudication hearings. He is a former lecturer in arbitration at Dublin City University and examiner on the Law Society of Ireland Diploma in Arbitration. He is the co-editor of Arbitration Law, 3rd Edition (October, 2018). For a number of years he has been a member of the Bar Council of Ireland ADR committee and is presently a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Board of Trustees in London.

Katie Lee is a barrister qualified in England and Wales specialising in Construction, Energy and technology-related law. She was called to the Bar in 2012 and practices at Hardwicke Chambers, London.