Appointments

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Dr Saoirse Enright has been appointed as the Matheson Diversity in Law Newman Fellow at UCD Sutherland School of Law. Dr Enright will join the law school to deliver a two-year, interdisciplinary project focused on identifying the barriers faced by under-represented groups to pursue a career in the l

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Global law firm Dentons has appointed employment lawyer Susan Doris-Obando as a partner in its people, reward and mobility (PRM) team in Dublin. Ms Doris-Obando joined the firm today from Matheson, where she was a senior associate. She was previously based in London, spending two years with Dentons

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Hogan Lovells has appointed Sinéad Meany, former head of legal at the Bank of England, as a regulatory lawyer and head of thought leadership. Ms Meany, who is dual-qualified in England and Wales and in Ireland, joins the firm's financial institutions and insurance sector group in London and w

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Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has appointed Paul White as a corporate partner in Dublin. Mr White joins from William Fry, whose US offices he previously headed while based in San Francisco.

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The Data Protection Commission (DPC) has expanded with the appointment of Dr Des Hogan and Dale Sunderland as data protection commissioners for a five-year term. The pair will take up their roles from 20 February 2024, the day after incumbent data protection commissioner Helen Dixon steps down to jo

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Belfast-based HHD Solicitors has promoted associates Rosemary Millar and John O'Kelly to partner. Ms Millar is an experienced litigator, specialising in a wide range of personal injury matters including clinical negligence and historical abuse cases, while Mr O'Kelly's practice focuses on criminal l

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Global legal business DWF has promoted Belfast lawyers Julie Galbraith and Orla Hanna as part of its annual promotions round. Ms Galbraith, a partner in the real estate department and head of the Belfast office, has been promoted to a higher career level within the partnership structure.

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Gateley Legal has appointed corporate finance expert Jose Lazaro as an associate in its Belfast office. Mr Lazaro, who is qualified in Spain, Northern Ireland, Ireland and England and Wales, has extensive domestic and cross-border experience in corporate, finance and commercial law, including merger

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BHSM LLP has appointed Brenda Ntambirweki to its corporate team as a senior associate. Ms Ntambirweki, who has extensive cross-border experience in public and private M&A in the Middle East and East Africa, joins from the corporate and M&A team of a leading law firm in Kuwait, having previou

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Caoimhe Grogan has been appointed as chairperson of the disAbility Legal Network. The disAbility Legal Network was founded by Jane Barrett in 2021 – the first network of its kind in Ireland. It is a platform for people with disabilities from all corners of the legal profession to come tog

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John Farrelly has been re-appointed as chief executive of the Mental Health Commission (MHC) for the next five years. Mr Farrelly has served as chief executive of the MHC since October 2018 and previously served as Ireland's charity regulator and as HIQA's deputy chief inspector of social services.

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Lawyer Irene Gleeson has been appointed to the board of Pobal, the not-for-profit organisation that works on behalf of the Irish government to support communities and local agencies towards achieving social inclusion and development. Ms Gleeson is a solicitor and has held various roles in the financ

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Irish legal academic Professor Fiona de Londras has been appointed by Birmingham Law School to the Barber chair of jurisprudence. Established by Lady Barber in 1935, the chair of jurisprudence is one of two chairs of law funded by the Barber Trust at Birmingham Law School. It is traditionally held b

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