Appointments

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Solicitor Cian Smith has been appointed as chief legal and regulatory officer at Premier Lotteries Ireland, operator of the National Lottery. Mr Smith will succeed Niamh Hodnett, who recently left the company to take up the role of Ireland's inaugural online safety commissioner.

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Irish lawyers Myra Garrett and Ken Murphy are among the 15 new chief officers of the International Bar Association (IBA). Ms Garrett, a corporate partner and former managing partner of William Fry LLP, has taken up office as chair of the IBA's Section on Public and Professional Interest (SSPI).

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Barrister Molly Joyce has been appointed as acting executive director of the Irish Penal Reform Trust (IPRT). Having worked as the legal and public affairs manager in IPRT since November 2020, Ms Joyce has this month assumed the position of acting executive director while IPRT's executive director S

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Corporate law firm Philip Lee LLP has promoted Tamara Mitchell to senior associate in the firm's media and entertainment practice. A graduate of Dublin City University and University College Dublin, Ms Mitchell worked in a large corporate law firm in Dublin prior to joining Philip Lee in 2019.

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Solicitor Niamh Hodnett is to be be appointed as Ireland's inaugural online safety commissioner. The Online Safety and Media Regulation (OSMR) Act 2022, which was signed into law last month, will replace the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) with a new Coimisiún na Meán.

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Reddy Charlton partner Elaine McGrath has joined the founding board of social enterprise Common Knowledge (CK). Based in North Clare, Common Knowledge is a non-profit social enterprise working to empower people with the skills for a sustainable life.

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Irish Rule of Law International (IRLI) has appointed Anne-Marie Blaney as the NGO's new Northern Ireland programme lawyer. Admitted to practice by the Law Societies of England and Wales, Northern Ireland and Ireland, Ms Blaney is active as an independent mediator, a lecturer in law, and a tutor and

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Human rights lawyer Michael Clements has rejoined Belfast-based KRW LAW LLP after two years working at the registry of the European Court of Human Rights. Mr Clements, who is dual-qualified as a solicitor north and south of the border, will work in the firm's public and administrative law and civil

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Declan Black, former managing partner of Mason Hayes & Curran, has joined the board of directors of Rethink Ireland. Formerly known as the Social Innovation Fund Ireland, the charity provides cash grants and business supports the most innovative non-profit organisations working in communities ac

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A&L Goodbody has appointed Robbie O'Driscoll as head of its London office. Mr O'Driscoll, a partner in the firm's finance group, is relocating from Dublin to London to take on the leadership role. He succeeds Stephen Carson, who returns to the Dublin office after leading the London office for fi

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Dublin and Dundalk firm Mulholland Law has hired legal executive Keith Homan to assist with preparation for complex criminal trials. A graduate of University College Cork and Maynooth University, Mr Homan brings over 20 years' experience working in the area of child protection.

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Beauchamps has appointed Paul Gough, Caoimhe Banks, Stuart Conaty and Caroline Shanahan as partners. Mr Gough, partner in the firm's employment and benefits team, regularly acts for clients before the Workplace Relations Commission on a range of employment-related matters as well as providing employ

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Arthur Cox has promoted Jacinta Conway and Amy McDermott to partners in the firm. Ms Conway has been appointed as a partner in the environment and planning team, while Ms McDermott becomes a partner in the corporate and M&A team. Both were previously senior associates.

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Northern Ireland solicitor Alison Millar has been appointed as a director of the Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board (IHRB). Mrs Millar was a partner at Coleraine-based Macaulay Wray prior to her retirement from practice in 2017. She carried out part-time judicial work for over 39 years before retiri

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