Holohan Lane appoints paralegal Heather Burke
Dublin firm Holohan Lane has announced the appointment of Heather Burke as a litigation paralegal.
Ms Burke, a native of West Cork, is a graduate from University of Oxford and spent a year working in the cabinet of Judge Regan at the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU).
While at Oxford, she was founder and inaugural president of the Oxford University Irish Society, and was named “Undergraduate of the Year” by alumni after being nominated by fellow students for her significant contribution to college life.
Senior partner Bill Holohan told Irish Legal News that he and managing partner John Lane were “absolutely delighted to see Heather join the firm”.
Mr Holohan added: “Along with Alan Raftery and Jeanmarie Ledwith, she will bring new insights and ways of thinking to the practice. I am confident that Heather will bring new talents and legal knowledge to the practice.”