Arthur Cox names 26 new senior associates

Arthur Cox names 26 new senior associates

Pictured (left–right): Paul Barry, Rosemarie Blake, Seán Carroll, Bridget Clinton, Gareth Collins, James Cotter, Kenneth Dixon, James Downey, Sinéad Flanagan, Aaron Garavaglia, Brian Gillespie, Tim Gleeson, James Hodgson, Jeanie Kelly, Fintan Kerins, Jean Kiely, Fiona McGowan-Smyth, Conor McKeown, Ailbhe Moloney, Ramona Morrisroe, Patrick Munnelly, Edel O'Connell, Hannah O'Farrell, Andrew Poppleton, Cristina Susanu and Sinéad Williams

Arthur Cox has announced the appointment of 26 new senior associates across the firm.

Paul Barry, Gareth Collins and James Hodgson have been appointed as senior associates in the asset management and investment funds team, while Fintan Kerins has been appointed in the aviation and asset finance team.

Bridget Clinton and Edel O’Connell are the new associates in competition and regulated markets, while James Cotter, Kenneth Dixon, Tim Gleeson, Jean Kiely and Patrick Munnelly have become senior associates in the corporate and M&A team.

Conor McKeown, Andrew Poppleton and Sinéad Williams are the new appointments in the debt capital markets team. Ailbhe Moloney and Hannah O’Farrell have been appointed in the employment department.

Jeanie Kelly is the new senior associate in the environment and planning team, while James Downey, Sinéad Flanagan and Brian Gillespie have become senior associates in the infrastructure, construction and utilities team.

In the litigation, dispute resolution and investigations team, Seán Carroll and Aaron Garavaglia have become senior associates. Fiona McGowan-Smyth and Ramona Morrisroe have been appointed in the real estate team.

Cristina Susanu has become a senior associate in the tax team and Rosemarie Blake has become a senior associate in the technology and innovation team.

Announcing the appointments, managing partner Geoff Moore said: “These new appointments reflect the increasing depth of expertise across many of the firm’s key areas. In a challenging economic climate, our new senior associates will add to our well-resourced teams to continue to deliver the highest quality of advice to our clients.”

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