Appointments

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An Irish lawyer based in Austria has been appointed as secretary-general of the Vienna International Arbitration Centre (VIAC). Niamh Leinwather, a principal associate in the disputes, litigation and arbitration team at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Vienna, is the only Irish woman admitted

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ByrneWallace LLP has announced the internal appointment of seven new associates. The new associates are Jane McKay and Michael O'Neill in the banking and finance team, Aislinn Cullen in commercial litigation, Emmet Connolly, Kelly Mackey and Bianca McLaughlin in corporate, and Roisin Garvey in healt

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McCann FitzGerald LLP has announced the promotion of Deirdre Barnicle to the position of consultant in the firm's financial services tax practice. Ms Barnicle advises clients on complex tax matters and the Irish tax aspects of key transactions, particularly in the debt capital markets/securitisation

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Helen Murray BL has been appointed as the new editor of The Bar Review. Ms Murray will replace Eilis Brennan SC, who has stepped down after almost 20 years as editor of The Bar of Ireland's flagship publication.

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Beauchamps has welcomed six newly-qualified solicitors following the completion of their training with the firm. Caoimhe Russell, Emily Harrington, Gavin Merlehan, Hugh Foyle, Joseph Horan and Matthew Carroll have joined the firm in permanent roles.

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Judge Rory MacCabe has been nominated by ministers for appointment as the next chairperson of the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission (GSOC). Currently a Circuit Court judge, he will also be elevated to the High Court "in light of the significance of the role", justice minister Helen M

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Global law firm Dechert LLP has announced the election of Dublin-based lawyer Mark Dillon to the partnership with effect from January 2022. Mr Dillon is a financial services lawyer whose practice focuses on the establishment, authorisation and operation of investment funds, including all forms of Ir

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Maples and Calder LLP (Ireland), the Maples Group's law firm in Ireland, has announced the appointment of Peter Stapleton as its new managing partner. Mr Stapleton, who also joins the firm's global management committee, succeeds Nicholas Butcher, who has retired from the firm after almost 18 years o

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ByrneWallace LLP has announced the appointment of seven new partners across a range of practice areas. The new partners are Triona Ryan, Gráinne Murphy, Eoin McGlinchey, Morag McCullagh, Fiona Wood, Daniel Holohan and Zelda Deasy.

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Belfast-based Cleaver Fulton Rankin has announced the appointment of Jeanette Donohoe as its new head of dispute resolution. A director in the firm, she has been promoted to the position due to her depth of litigation experience and will lead the department as it continues to grow and innovate acros

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Caoimhe McConnell has joined Richard Grogan & Associates as head of litigation.  She brings a wealth of experience and expertise in the areas of personal injury, medical negligence, workplace accidents and product liability.

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Northern Ireland barrister Conor Mullan has joined 3PB Barristers in London. Mr Mullan continues to practise as a barrister both in Northern Ireland, where he qualified in 2003, and in England and Wales, where he qualified in 2012.

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Eugene F Collins has announced the appointment of Lisa Griffin as a senior associate in the firm's property and construction team. Ms Griffin has wide experience in the leasing, acquisition and disposal of commercial, office and retail property. She also specialises in property-based lending for bot

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Insolvency law specialist Brigid Napier has been elected as president of the Law Society of Northern Ireland. Ms Napier, a director at Napier Solicitors in Belfast, has taken up her new role with a commitment to represent the interests of solicitors and their clients and to meet the challenges ahead

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Matheson partner Kate McKenna has been elected as chairperson of the Irish Society for European Law (ISEL). Ms McKenna, partner in the firm's EU, competition and regulatory law group, will serve a two-year term as chairperson, succeeding barrister and law lecturer Dr Aoife Beirne BL.

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