Brendan is a lawyer based in Norton Rose Fulbright’s London office who advises primarily on public procurement, state aid and public/administrative law.
He provides strategic advice to bidders, contracting authorities and utilities on the rules applicable to the award of major public contracts, including contentious and non-contentious procurement law. He has assisted organisations active in a number of sectors, including transport, energy, defence, infrastructure and healthcare. In addition, Brendan has advised public and private sector clients on judicial review, statutory powers and duties of public authorities, freedom of information and legislative drafting.
Brendan studied law and French at University College Cork, and holds Masters’ degrees in public procurement law (University of Nottingham) and in public administration (College of Europe, Bruges). He is a qualified lawyer in England & Wales, and in Ireland.
+44 20 7444 2087
EducationBCL Law and French (University College Cork)MA European Political and Administrative Studies (College of Europe, Bruges)LLM Public Procurement Law (University of Nottingham)
QualificationSolicitor, qualified in England & WalesSolicitor, qualified in Ireland