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Barrister joins Philip Lee’s planning practice
(L to R): Rachel Minch, Alice Whittaker, Alison Hardiman, Leonora Mullett

10 May 2024 / environment Print

Barrister joins Philip Lee’s planning practice

Law firm Philip Lee has appointed Alison Hardiman as a partner in its planning-and-environmental practice.

She has extensive knowledge of planning-and-environmental law, with a particular focus on strategic infrastructure development and renewable-energy projects.

Hardiman is a qualified barrister who, after practising for some years, moved in-house as lead planning lawyer in the then Railway Procurement Agency (now Transport Infrastructure Ireland).

Major projects

In 2022, she was appointed as a member of the Department of Public Enterprise and Reform’s Major Projects Advisory Group (MPAG) and will continue to work in this role.

Alice Whittaker (partner, Philip Lee) said that the appointment solidified the team’s position in the Irish business-law market.

“Our now four-partner female-led team reinforces us as one of the leading and largest environmental and planning teams in Ireland,” she added.

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