Appointments

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Professor Maeve McDonagh has been appointed as emeritus professor at UCC School of Law following her retirement in early 2020. An expert in information law, Professor McDonagh joined UCC in 1991 after relocating to Cork from Australia. She helped to develop one of the first modules in computer law a

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Belfast barrister Adele O'Grady QC has been admitted to the International Academy of Family Lawyers (IAFL) as its newest Fellow, as well as its first-ever from Northern Ireland. The prestigious organisation is a worldwide association of practising lawyers recognised by their peers as the most experi

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LK Shields LLP has announced the promotion of Cathal Hester to partner in the firm's commercial property team in Galway. Mr Hester plays a central role in advising some of the firm's largest domestic and international clients on all aspects of Irish commercial property law, with particular expertise

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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, j

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Criminal law expert Dr Yvonne Daly has been promoted to professor of law at DCU School of Law and Government. A graduate of University College Cork with a PhD from Trinity College Dublin, Professor Daly joined DCU as a lecturer in 2006 and was promoted to associate professor in 2013.

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Four people, including a solicitor and a barrister, have been nominated by ministers for appointment to the Policing Authority. Shalom Binchy, Elaine Byrne, Dr Donal de Buitléir and Stephen Martin are set to fill the four vacancies on the nine-member watchdog body.

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Augustus Cullen Law LLP has announced the appointment of Deirdre Courtney as a partner in the Dublin and Wicklow firm's commercial litigation department. With over 25 years' experience in the areas of commercial litigation and dispute resolution, Ms Courtney has acted for national and international

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Matheson partner Nicola Dunleavy has been elected as president of Arbitration Ireland. Ms Dunleavy, a partner in the firm's commercial litigation and dispute resolution team, is the first woman to lead the association in its history.

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Dublin-based intellectual property law firm FRKelly has announced the appointment of Gavan Ferguson as its managing partner. With expertise in strategic trade mark portfolio management, particularly within the entertainment and healthcare sectors, Mr Ferguson's role will continue to be client-focuse

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McKenna & Co Solicitors has announced the appointment of Jack Duhig as a trainee solicitor. Mr Duhig joined the firm during the pandemic as a paralegal after working with a corporate firm and will enter Blackhall Place in September 2021.

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Dr David Begg, a former general secretary of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU), has been appointed as chairperson of the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC). He will serve for a five-year term as the second-ever chairperson of the WRC since its establishment under the landmark Workplace Rel

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Global law firm DLA Piper has announced the appointment of Eimear O'Brien and Darach Connolly to its litigation and regulatory practice in Dublin. Ms O'Brien has joined the firm from the enforcement division of the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) and is now responsible for managing DLA Piper Ireland&

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ByrneWallace LLP has announced the appointment of William Johnston as a consultant in the firm's banking and finance team. A former partner in another large Dublin firm for three decades, Mr Johnston has extensive knowledge, expertise and practice advising on banking, capital markets and financial r

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Solicitors Dame Glenys Stacey and Natalie Prosser have been appointed to leadership roles in the UK's new Office for Environmental Protection (OEP). Dame Glenys will chair the new statutory body, due to be created by the Environment Bill, from 1 February 2021 while Ms Prosser will be its interim chi

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