Appointments

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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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Gore & Grimes Solicitors has promoted Harry Caulfield to senior associate in the Dublin firm's commercial litigation team. Mr Caulfield joined the firm as an associate in 2021, having previously worked with an international law firm.

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Ms Justice Eileen Roberts has been appointed as a part-time member of the Law Reform Commission. The High Court judge was previously a solicitor with A&L Goodbody, specialising in commercial litigation and serving as both head of litigation and chair of the firm. She specialised in large-scale c

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Northern Ireland barrister Emma McIlveen has been appointed as chair of the Irish Football Association's appeals committee. Writing on LinkedIn, Ms McIlveen said: "I have been a member of the appeals committee for the past few years and I am honoured to now take on the role of chair.

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RDJ has appointed Louise Boughton and Sarah Slevin as partners across the firm's corporate and commercial and dispute resolution practices. Ms Boughton, now partner in the dispute resolution team, specialises in the area of insurance defence litigation. She has extensive experience advising both pub

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Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has hired tax partner Robert Dever to lead and develop its tax law practice in Dublin and strengthen its European transactional services group. Mr Dever joins from his role as partner in the tax group at multinational law firm Eversheds Sutherland.

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International law firm Bird & Bird has recruited IP and data litigator Ann Henry as a partner in the firm's Dublin office. Ms Henry starts at the firm tomorrow and brings over 20 years' experience to her new role. She represents international companies in pan-European litigation, particularly in

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Irish lawyer Aonghus Kelly has been appointed to lead an EU unit helping the Ukrainian authorities to investigate and prosecute international crimes committed during the ongoing war. Mr Kelly has been working in Kyiv with the EU Advisory Mission Ukraine (EUAM) since September 2022, initially on sabb

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Dublin firm Gaffney Halligan & Co Solicitors has announced the appointment of Aislinn Greene as solicitor. Ms Greene is originally from County Meath and will work primarily in the areas of family law and litigation.

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Irish lawyer Michael O'Flaherty has been elected as the Council of Europe's next commissioner for human rights, becoming the first Irish person to hold the post. Dr O'Flaherty won 104 votes in the second day of voting by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), beating Bulgarian n

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Matheson has promoted Susan Carroll Chrysostomou, Connor Cassidy, Raphael Clancy, John Coary and Ruadhán Kenny to partner. The new partners span three practice areas — corporate M&A, litigation and tax — and two offices, with four partners appointed in Dublin and one in London

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