Carson McDowell appoints four new partners in Belfast and Dublin

Carson McDowell appoints four new partners in Belfast and Dublin

Pictured (L-R): Carson McDowell partners Richard Dickson, Hilary Griffith, Neasa Quigley, Roger McMillan, Kathleen Byrne and Damian McElholm

Belfast-based Carson McDowell has announced the appointment of four new partners in its Belfast and Dublin offices.

In Belfast, Hilary Griffith, Richard Dickson and Damian McElholm have been appointed as partners in the corporate, real estate and banking and finance teams respectively. In Dublin, Kathleen Byrne has been appointed as a partner in the healthcare team. The appointments bring the total number of partners in the firm to 32.

The firm says it plans to further expand its office in Dublin and will shortly move to new premises in order to accommodate this growth.

Managing partner Roger McMillan said: “I’m delighted to welcome four new partners to the firm who add significant experience and expertise to a market leading team that remains as focused as ever on delivering for our clients and helping them to take advantage of opportunities for growth.

“As well as continued growth in Northern Ireland it is fantastic to see the further expansion of Carson McDowell’s specialist healthcare team in Dublin, where there continues to be significant demand for our services.”

Senior partner Neasa Quigley added: “The growth of the firm remains closely aligned to the growth of our clients and at the moment it is a very active market. We are fortunate to represent a large number of commercially sophisticated local businesses, high-profile international clients and prestigious organisations in education and the public sector.

“As an employer of 200 people the wellbeing of our colleagues is of utmost importance and striving to make this a great place to work is a major focus for us. Carson McDowell has a strong track record of attracting and developing the best talent and retaining that talent is key as we look to the future.”

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