Anna-Marie Curran is a Partner in the EU, Competition & Procurement Group. She has extensive experience in procurement law, competition law, EU and Irish merger filings, cartels, competition law enforcement and immunity applications.
Anna-Marie advises a wide range of clients in the public, utilities and private sectors on contentious and non-contentious public procurement law and competition law matters. She has represented clients in the Irish and Northern Ireland courts and before the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) and the European Commission.
"Always makes herself available to the client to provide practical, sound and quick advice. Her practicality and decisiveness instil great confidence." (Legal 500 2020)
"Very easy to deal with and very responsive." (Chambers Europe 2019)
"An expert in the field who possesses an encyclopaedic knowledge of procurement law. She has an excellent practice, with broad expertise across the government contracts space, particularly as it relates to competition matters." (Who's Who Legal 2018)
"One of the 10 most highly regarded individuals globally in procurement law." (International Who's Who of Procurement Lawyers 2013, 2014)
A regular conference speaker on procurement law and competition law, Anna-Marie has written and spoken widely on these areas both nationally and internationally. She has also participated in the production of a DVD and website on tendering in Ireland. Anna-Marie lectures on EU and competition law at the Law Society of Ireland and is a former Chairperson and Vice President of the Irish Society for European Law. Anna-Marie is the procurement expert for Ireland in the European Commission's European Assistance for Innovation Procurement (EAFIP) initiative.