A&L Goodbody (ALG) has announced the appointment of Eileen Roberts as chair of the partnership from next month, succeeding current chair Catherine Duffy. Ms Duffy will complete her three-year term as chair on 1 May 2019 and continue in her role as one of the firm's senior finance partners.
A&L Goodbody (ALG) has won two China Business Law Journal awards for its complex and high-profile work throughout 2018. The firm was named Banking & Finance Firm of the Year, while the firm's corporate and M&A team advised on the Deal of the Year, having advised on the establishment of W
A&L Goodbody (ALG) has announced a new initiative to support local emerging artists in Northern Ireland through a "first-of-its-kind" partnership with Belfast Exposed. The law firm has invested in the work of seven local emerging artists – Joan Alexander, Linda Conroy, Jane Cummins, Robert
Brexit discussion chaired by Mr Justice Murray launches new moot appeal court for Limerick law students
Mr Justice John Murray joined other leading legal figures to discuss the impact of Brexit on Ireland at an event marking the launch of a new moot appeal court at the University of Limerick (UL). The new court, sponsored by A&L Goodbody, will be used by UL School of Law students to run mock tribu
John Dugdale, associate at A&L Goodbody in Belfast, writes on a landmark court ruling Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE) ruling. A judgment of the High Court in Northern Ireland has provided guidance on contractual interpretation and rare judicial discussion of the NEC3 Term Service Short
Senior solicitors, barristers and a Court of Appeal judge are set to deliver bite-sized updates on the law at a fundraising event for the Capuchin Day Centre for Homeless People later this month. Attendees at the next Lawyers Against Homelessness (LAH) CPD event will hear from 12 speakers, including
Over 100 law students from universities across Ireland examined the future of the law at the sixth annual UCD Student Legal Convention yesterday. The student-led event, which is supported by A&L Goodbody, was chaired by Dr Sinead Kane, a visually impaired athlete and qualified lawyer who holds t
Law firms A&L Goodbody, Tracey Solicitors and Leman Solicitors have been recognised as some of Ireland's best places to work. The three firms were recognised by Great Place to Work in its Best Workplaces in Ireland 2019 rankings.
A&L Goodbody is offering first and second year law students the opportunity to spend a day at its office to experience what life is like at the firm. Its LawStart Days are designed to give students an insight into the firm and to help them decide if a career in corporate law is right for them.
A&L Goodbody (ALG) has grown in Belfast with the appointment of six newly-qualified solicitors and the welcoming of seven new trainees.
The A&L Goodbody (ALG) staff choir raised over €11,000 for homelessness charity Depaul at their annual Christmas concert in St Patrick's Cathedral.
A&L Goodbody (ALG) has launched a call for entries to the 2018 edition of its "Bold Ideas" student competition, this year seeking ideas on how up-and-coming legal professionals can learn, work and collaborate using technology. University students of all disciplines have been invited to think of
Marie O'Brien, aviation finance partner at A&L Goodbody (ALG), recently moderated an investor panel at the Airfinance Journal Asia Pacific 2018 Conference in Hong Kong. Over 800 global delegates from across the aviation finance industry attended the event with other key speakers from Aviation Ca
A&L Goodbody (ALG) participated in a major pro bono forum hosted by PILnet in Berlin this week, a month after becoming the first Irish firm to appoint a full-time pro bono associate.
Tracey Schofield, commercial property partner at A&L Goodbody, was named Best in Professional Services at the recent Women In Business Awards 2018.