ByrneWallace names 16 new associates and senior associates
ByrneWallace has announced the appointment of 16 new associates and senior associates within the firm.
The internal appointments span a number of key practice areas including banking and finance, employment law, corporate, litigation, property, construction and health services, with a third of those appointed having been with the firm since joining as trainees.
The new senior associates are Claire O’Reilly and Caroline Matson in property; Ross Deeny in health services; and Peter Hennessy and Robert McDermott in litigation.
Meanwhile, the new associates are Niamh O’Connor and Anne Marie Pilkington in banking and finance; Lisa Maloney in construction; Kevin McFlynn in property; Helen Boland, John Anthony Devlin and Stephanie O’Meara in health services; Bill Casserly and Redmond Scanlon in litigation; Ciara Lennon in employment; and Conor Moran in corporate.
Managing partner Feargal Brennan said: “At ByrneWallace, we are committed to providing an excellent level of service and advice to our clients. Over the last few months in particular, we have experienced increasing demand for our legal expertise, most notably for advice in areas of law where clients have been significantly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
“These appointments are testament to the considerable effort and hard work by all our teams helping and guiding our clients navigate this crisis. These 16 individuals in particular, have demonstrated the highest level of commitment in providing our clients with invaluable advice and support.
“We are also very proud that amongst those promoted are colleagues who began their careers at ByrneWallace as trainees. As a firm, career advancement is an integral part of our culture, and these promotions demonstrate our dedication to ensuring that at every level within the firm, our people have the opportunity to learn and develop their careers, and that they are empowered to achieve their very best.”
He added: “On behalf of the partners, I would like to congratulate our colleagues on their promotions and wish them continued success in their careers.”