Mr Kevin Feeney > A&L Goodbody LLP > Dublin, Ireland > Lawyer Profile

A&L Goodbody LLP
D01 H104

Work Department

Construction & Engineering, Projects & Infrastructure, Energy, Infrastructure & Natual Resources


Kevin Feeney is a partner in the Construction and Engineering Group. He has over 20 years’ experience working on a broad and diverse range of projects in the property and infrastructure sector. Kevin’s experience gives him an all-round perspective and appreciation of the issues likely to surface in any deal in the property or infrastructure space. He has a genuine understanding of risk and risk mitigation, and has advised on the most complex property and infrastructure projects in Ireland.


Kevin qualified as a civil engineer in 1986 and worked with Arup consulting engineers in London until 1989. He became a chartered engineer and Member of the Institution of Structural Engineers in 1989 and a Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers in 1990. He worked in the property and the project finance departments of a major international law firm in London from 1993 until 1998. While at Arup, Kevin worked as a part time technical tutor at the prestigious Architectural Association School of Architecture in London.

Lawyer Rankings

Ireland > Projects and PPP

(Hall of Fame)

Kevin FeeneyA&L Goodbody

A&L Goodbody LLP‘s sizeable projects and PPP practice handles the largest and most complex matters in the Irish market, with its partners having a range of specialisms. In addition to handling high-value transportation and water treatment projects, the team is at the forefront of the growing sectors of offshore wind energy and data centres. Practice heads Ross Moore and Kevin Feeney have deep and broad experience in projects work, while John Dallas stands out for his work in the energy sector. Senior associate Jamie Rattigan is another key name to note.

Ireland > Public sector

A&L Goodbody LLP‘s ‘highly expert‘ team advises on a wide range of matters in the public sector, with significant expertise in public procurement, major infrastructure and utility projects, and environmental law. Its broad client base includes a number of local authorities, government departments, national utilities companies, universities and hospitals. Anna-Marie Curran, who specialises in public procurement and state aid, and Kevin Feeney, who focuses on construction projects, lead the team. Cliona Christle, consultant Alison Fanagan and Ross Moore bring expertise in healthcare, environmental and energy matters, respectively, while Moore also heads the firm’s pro bono practice.

Ireland > Transport

(Leading individuals)

Kevin FeeneyA&L Goodbody LLP

Aviation finance is a key area of expertise at A&L Goodbody LLP, which has a sizeable team; names to note include Marie O’Brien, Catherine Duffy, Séamus Ó Cróinín and David Berkery. The group has extensive experience of complex transactions in the aviation industry, including large-scale asset-backed securitisations (ABS) and major restructurings. Vincent Power SC has expertise in maritime matters, particularly those involving EU shipping law, making the firm well-placed to represent clients in maritime litigation and the construction of port infrastructure. In addition, the team advises on the development of significant road and rail infrastructure projects, where Kevin Feeney is particularly active.

Ireland > Construction

(Leading individuals)

Kevin FeeneyA&L Goodbody LLP

A&L Goodbody LLP is a ‘top law firm that knows the market well‘. The team, which is led by Conor Owens and Kevin Feeney, acts for contractors, developers, and state bodies on the development of complex projects, ranging from transport infrastructure to manufacturing facilities, advising on procurement and contractual matters. Eamonn Gill is another key contact in the team and senior associate Robert Rooney has been particularly active in advising companies on Covid-19 issues. The construction practice acts alongside partners from other teams in the firm, including property and corporate law, to advise on interconnected matters. Eamonn Conlon retired in March 2020.