Brigid Lloyd specialises in the area of dispute avoidance and resolution, dealing with complex issues arising out of major projects. This includes delay, changes to scope, negligent and defective work, default and termination. Brigid has also acted on large scale claims involving allegations of misleading or deceptive conduct arising out of infrastructure projects.

Brigid’s advisory work focuses on risk management strategies and drafting in the negotiation of major construction and infrastructure projects.

Brigid’s clients also benefit from her legal project management expertise, and ability to deliver client objectives in this context.


Recent experience
  • Acting for an international contractor pursuing high-value claims in connection with the construction of a metro rail infrastructure project in Sydney.

  • Acting for a D&C contractor in connection with a public airport rail link project in Perth and advising on a broad range of claims, disputes and strategic issues.

  • Acting for the EPC contractor during the delivery phase of a major renewable energy project in New South Wales.

  • Advising Project Co during the delivery phase of a major light rail PPP.

  • Best Lawyers

    Construction/Infrastructure Law

  • Doyle’s Guide

    Leading Construction Lawyers

  • Masters of Law (LLM)

    University of California, Los Angeles (2008)