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DKA Solicitors

DKA Solicitors is a niche law firm with expertise and experience in providing a comprehensive and committed legal service predominantly focusing on the construction industry.

As specialist construction lawyers we advise clients at all stages of the construction process, from contract formation to dispute resolution. Our specialist focus allows us to develop close business relationships with our clients and to have an effective understanding of our client needs.

Damien Keogh Solicitor

Damien Keogh is ranked as one of Ireland’s leading construction lawyers allowing us to deliver a Top Tier legal service to our clients at competitive costs unique to the nature of our niche practice.


Our professional and commercial approach is committed to providing our clients with top tier construction law advice and cost effective solutions to their legal issues.


The breadth and depth of both our credentials and experience means that, whatever the nature, size or complexity of your construction project or dispute, DKA Solicitors can work with you from start to conclusion to achieve your goals.

What Others Say:

Damien Keogh is one of Ireland’s “Leading Individuals” in construction law.

The Legal 500


Law Firm of the Year

Ireland 2020


Our Practice Area

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Constrution Dispute Resolution

Advising on all areas and aspects of dispute resolution, particularly in arbitration, mediation, adjudication, conciliation and court proceedings.


Construction Contracts, Professional Appointments and Ancillary Agreements

Advising and negotiating contracts on behalf of contractors, sub-contractors, employers and professionals


Construction Procurement

Advising on the application and principles of procurement in relation to construction and infrastructure projects and public tenders in Ireland.


General and Commercial Disputes

DKA Solicitors have experience in representing clients in all Irish Courts as well as in arbitration, mediation, adjudication, conciliation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.

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