Appointments

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Global intellectual property company Murgitroyd has grown its Irish base with the acquisition of European patent and trade mark attorney firm Hanna Moore + Curley (HMC). Dublin-headquartered HMC, which specialises in obtaining intellectual property protection for a wide range of sectors including li

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Irish lawyer Genevieve Poirier has joined international disputes firm LALIVE as a partner based in its London office, LALIVE (London) LLP. An Irish and Canadian national, Ms Poirer initially trained as a solicitor in New Zealand and later as a solicitor advocate with rights of audience before the En

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International law firm Taylor Wessing has formally opened its doors in Dublin, its 29th office worldwide. The firm announced plans to open in Ireland earlier this year, joining firms like Cadwalader, Hogan Lovells, Ashurts and Linklaters.

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Barrister Hugh Moulton has been appointed to the management board of North & East Housing Association. Mr Moulton has joined the board along with Rosalind Carroll, who last year became chief executive of the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB).

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Barrister Marguerite Bolger SC has been reportedly been appointed by ministers to lead talks with hospital consultants about the roll-out of Sláintecare. Ms Bolger will chair talks in September aimed at persuading medical specialists who will work exclusively within the new public system to a

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Aircraft leasing legal expert Catherine Kearns has been appointed as general counsel of SKY Leasing, based in Dublin. Ms Kearns has more than 25 years' aircraft leasing legal experience, previously holding senior legal roles at BOC Aviation, Sky Aviation Leasing International, and ORIX Aviation.

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Barrister Ronan Lupton has joined University College Dublin Sutherland School of Law as an associate adjunct professor. Mr Lupton has particular expertise in defamation, data protection, eCommerce, freedom of expression, intellectual property, privacy and media contempt, and has a special interest i

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Two lawyers have been appointed to registration boards within multi-profession health regulator CORU. Barrister Colm Scott-Byrne has been appointed to the Dietitians Registration Board while solicitor Karen Watret has been appointed to the Medical Scientists Registration Board.

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Northern Ireland firm Cleaver Fulton Rankin has welcomed five new trainee solicitors as part of its commitment to developing talent and investing in the future generation of lawyers. Each trainee will complete a two-year training programme working alongside skilled lawyers on a variety of cases and

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Dr Ciarán O'Kelly has been promoted to senior lecturer at Queen's University Belfast School of Law. His research focuses on moral language in business and human rights, law and technology and public and private governance.

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Darach Connolly, head of DLA Piper's competition practice in Dublin, has been promoted to legal director. Mr Connolly joined the global law firm's litigation and regulatory practice in February 2020, bringing experience from his previous roles at Van Bael & Bellis in Brussels and Irish firm Math

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Solicitor Martin Sisk has been appointed to the board of the National Treatment Purchase Fund (NTPF), which works with public hospitals to fund treatment for suitable patients who have spent the longest time on waiting lists. Health minister Stephen Donnelly appointed Mr Sisk for a two-year term run

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Maynooth University Department of Law has announced the appointment of Dr Yağmur Hortoğlu as an assistant professor in private law. Dr Hortoğlu's research focuses primarily on arbitration law and private international law, while she also retains a keen interest in the interaction between law and

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