Ms Kerri Crossen > Philip Lee LLP > Dublin, Ireland > Lawyer Profile

Philip Lee LLP
Connaught House
One Burlington Road
Dublin 4
D04 C5Y6

Work Department

Construction,Projects, Procurement and PPP


Kerri specialises in projects, PPPs, procurement and construction and has practiced in the area for over 20 years. She advises on all aspects of the procurement and delivery of infrastructure projects for public and private sector clients in diverse sectors including transport, education, health and housing. Kerri advises on all forms of construction contracts from low value standard construction documentation to high value bespoke infrastructure and PPP contracts. She advises on EU and national public procurement law, in relation to running tender procedures for the supply of works, goods and services contracts, on risk mitigation measures in tender procedures and regarding procurement challenges for both public and private clients.


Law Society of Ireland
Dublin Solicitors Bar Association
Procurement Lawyers’ Association
National Association of Women in Construction
International Project Finance Association

Lawyer Rankings

Ireland > Projects and PPP

(Leading individuals)

Kerri Crossen - Philip Lee

Philip Lee is highly active in the PPP space, advising public bodies on the tendering for these projects as well as assisting developers in their bids, and is also expanding beyond this area to assist developers with the drafting and negotiation of construction documents for healthcare, residential and energy projects. Kerri Crossen and Jonathan Kelly jointly lead the team and have decades of experience in this sector, with Kelly particularly focused on project financing. Hugh Cummins and Angelyn Rowan are also key partners in the team.

Ireland > Construction

Philip Lee is experienced in advising on the construction of projects across sectors including energy, education, residential property and healthcare, with expertise in non-contentious construction matters as well as disputes. The practice assists developers and contractors with the drafting and negotiation of contracts; it also advises public bodies on the procurement process for developments, with Kerri Crossen focusing on this area. The team is jointly led by Angelyn Rowan, who specialises in non-contentious work, and Clare Cashin, who is adept at handling construction adjudications and mediations. Hugh Cummins is praised by clients for his commercial advice, advising clients on the drafting of construction documentation.