John Fuller elected president of Southern Law Association
John Fuller has been elected as president of the Southern Law Association (SLA).
Mr Fuller, a partner in the corporate and commercial department of J.W. O’Donovan LLP in Cork, succeeds Emma Meagher Neville, who he supported as vice-president over the past year.
A graduate of University College Cork, he joined J.W. O’Donovan in 2011 after training and practising in the commercial department of one of Dublin’s largest law firms.
Commenting on his election, Mr Fuller told Irish Legal News: “It is a great honour to be elected as president of the Southern Law Association.
“I am really looking forward to working with my colleagues on council in the coming year to continue the great work the SLA does in representing and advocating solicitors in Cork.”