Appointments

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Maples and Calder (Ireland) LLP, the Maples Group's law firm, has appointed two new partners and four new of counsel. Funds and investment management lawyer Aoife McDonagh and finance lawyer Joe O'Neill have both joined the firm's Irish partnership.

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Business law firm ReganWall has appointed Emma Cafferky as a corporate partner in its Dublin office. The Cork-headquartered firm said the appointment "will support the firm’s growth and expansion in Dublin and comes on the back of an increased demand for our services in the Dublin region".

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DWF has added Janet Keane as a new healthcare director to its team in Dublin. With over 15 years of expertise in healthcare law and clinical negligence, Ms Keane joins the global legal business from Callan Tansey Solicitors LLP as a director in DWF's healthcare team, which operates across all f

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Mr Justice Patrick Kinney has been appointed as deputy chairman of the Boundary Commission for Northern Ireland. The judge, who has served on the High Court since December 2022, was appointed to the post by the Lady Chief Justice, Dame Siobhan Keegan, for a period of three years.

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Congratulations are due to Tughans LLP three newly qualified solicitors Niamh McGrath, Ellen Dalzell and Emily McGleenon, who have been admitted to the Roll of Solicitors of Northern Ireland. They said: “It was great to attend the Admissions Ceremony alongside our cohort at the Assembly Buildi

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ByrneWallace has congratulated seven newly-qualified solicitors on taking up permanent roles with the firm following the completion of their traineeships. The new solicitors are Tamoor Barlas in the tax team, Bronwyn Hogan in health services, Marion O'Connell, Kate Passmore and Niall Shelley in bank

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Northern Ireland firm Turley Legal has appointed Michael Wilson as a director in its real estate team. Mr Wilson specialises in all aspects of non-contentious commercial property work, including freehold and leasehold acquisitions and disposals, landlord and tenant, residential development and prope

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The Bar of Northern Ireland has congratulated 34 barristers on taking silk, including 12 women — a three-fold increase in the number of women in the last call four years ago. Until Friday, nobody had been called to the senior bar since February 2020 because of the collapse of the Northern Irel

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Nuala Egan SC has been appointed as chairperson of the Legal Aid Board. An experienced barrister who previously served on the Board, Ms Egan succeeds Ms Justice Nuala Jackson, who was appointed in 2021 for what was originally meant to be a five-year term.

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Global law firm DLA Piper has appointed Kathi Ó Riain as a partner in the firm’s real estate practice. Ms Ó Riain will join the firm on 1 May 2024 from Addleshaw Goddard Ireland, where she was a partner and head of property and construction.

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Global law firm Eversheds Sutherland has appointed Seán Scally as a commercial partner and head of energy in the firm's Dublin office. Mr Scally brings almost 15 years’ experience to the firm. He advises clients (developers, lenders, sponsors) on the development and financing of energy

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Kane Tuohy LLP has appointed Triona Cody as a senior associate in the firm's employment and litigation department. Ms Cody is an employment law specialist with more than 10 years' experience. She advises corporates, SMEs, public bodies, not-for-profit organisations and individual private clients.

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Global legal business DWF has announced seven promotions in its Belfast office. As previously reported, partner and Belfast office head Julie Galbraith has been promoted to the rank of managing partner while Orla Hanna has been appointed as a partner in the finance and restructuring team.

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Matheson has appointed former OECD adviser Olivia Long as head of tax policy within the firm's tax department. Ms Long, who previously spent a number of years working with Matheson, rejoins the firm from the OECD in Paris, where she spent a number of years working with its tax treaty unit.

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