Madelaine Hogan is a projects lawyer with over 8 years’ experience assisting multinationals, government bodies, developers, principals and tier 1 contractors with projects, infrastructure and construction contracts, dispute avoidance and resolution.  

Madelaine has practiced from Brisbane, Edinburgh, Port Vila and Perth, so is no stranger to the complexities that arise with cross-jurisdiction projects.  From those bases, she has advised and acted for clients in a range of matters throughout Australia, Asia Pacific, the United Kingdom and the Middle East, including projects and construction contract drafting, management and administration, dispute resolution including ICC arbitrations, and complex security of payment disputes.

Since arriving in Perth in February 2020, Madelaine assisted in the representation of a multinational construction and engineering joint venture contractor in an ICC arbitration (valued in excess of USD 1 billion), arising out of a multi-billion dollar LNG project off the coast of northern Australia.  During this time, Madelaine has also drafted and advised clients on a variety of construction, project and mining infrastructure related contracts, in Western Australia and the broader Asia Pacific region.

Between 2018 and 2020, Madelaine undertook a pro bono secondment to the Prime Minister’s Office of the Government of the Republic of Vanuatu, providing contracting, project management and legal assistance to government departments in Port Vila.