Louise Carley promoted to partner at ByrneWallace LLP

Louise Carley promoted to partner at ByrneWallace LLP

Louise Carley

ByrneWallace LLP has announced the appointment of Louise Carley as a partner in the firm’s health and social care team.

Ms Carley has 11 years’ experience advising on child care and healthcare law, having worked in the areas of complex child care and healthcare litigation, child mental health law, judicial review, adoption law, European law, public law, constitutional law, court advocacy and alternative dispute resolution.

She has particular expertise advising on cross-border child protection, and complex cases involving adoption, surrogacy, step-parent or same sex adoption.

Managing partner Feargal Brennan said: “For over 30 years, ByrneWallace LLP has been at the forefront in the development of healthcare law, including child protection, social care and mental health law in Ireland.

“This experience has given us the extensive knowledge and expertise required to deal with a wide range of complex issues affecting the healthcare sector. We pride ourselves in providing immediate, expert and practical advice, and are committed to achieving results for our clients.

“Louise’s appointment is testament to the excellent work carried out by Louise and her colleagues in our health and social care team, and by all our lawyers across the firm who advise clients in this increasingly complex and specialist area.

“It also reflects the firm’s ongoing commitment to providing the best legal service and advice to our healthcare and child care clients, especially during this most challenging time for the Ireland’s healthcare sector.”

Sinéad Kearney, head of health and social care, said: “Child care law is an area of the law that is constantly evolving and developing; it is complex, challenging and nuanced. Louise is a recognised expert in this field.”

Mr Brennan added: “On behalf of my colleagues, I would like to wish Louise continued success in her career in ByrneWallace LLP and as a partner in the firm.”

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