Appointments

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Solicitor Patricia Ball O’Keeffe has been reappointed to the board of Pobal, a not-for-profit company which works on behalf of the Irish government and the EU. Rural and Community Development Minister Heather Humphreys yesterday announced the appointment of five directors, comprising two new m

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Retired solicitor John G Gordon has been appointed as chair of Belfast-based social enterprise NOW Group as it expands south of the border for the first time. NOW Group supports people with learning difficulties and autism into employment, training, and volunteering. As well as directly employing ov

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Independent UK law firm Burges Salmon has announced the launch of a new Dublin office from which its intellectual property practice will continue its EU trade mark offering after the end of the Brexit transition period. The firm has appointed experienced trade mark attorneys Louise Carey and Alison

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Professor Dagmar Schiek has been appointed as the Synnott Family Chair in European Union Law at University College Cork (UCC). The role was created following a €1 million donation from New York lawyer and UCC alumnus Aidan Synnott in 2019, which will also facilitate the creation of a Centre in

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Cleaver Fulton Rankin has announced the promotion of five lawyers across a number of its key practice areas. Conor McCrory has been promoted to associate director in the business and private immigration team, while Nathan Campbell and Shane Conlon have been promoted to associate solicitors in the em

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Shoosmiths has announced the appointment of M&A specialist Mark Davis as a partner in Belfast. Mr Davis has significant experience in the private equity sector, having worked with a range of clients, including multinational corporates, private equity funds and the offices of wealthy internationa

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HHD Solicitors has announced the promotion of John O’Kelly to associate solicitor. Mr O'Kelly graduated from the University of Ulster in 2010 with a 2:1 in Law with Politics and qualified as a solicitor in 2013. 

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ByrneWallace has announced the appointment of 16 new associates and senior associates within the firm. The internal appointments span a number of key practice areas including banking and finance, employment law, corporate, litigation, property, construction and health services, with a third of those

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Telecoms giant BT has announced plans to invest over £2.7 million in a new first-of-its-kind legal hub in Belfast, creating up to 30 commercial lawyer roles over the next four years. Seven lawyers have joined the new BT hub, which will offer efficient, high-quality legal support to BT's corpor

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Irish barrister Susan Ahern has been appointed as the first independent judicial chair of the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF). Ms Ahern, who has over 20 years' experience in sports law, will assist in the development and ongoing management of the independent judicial processes requi

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Healthcare solicitor Aisling Timoney has been appointed as a member of the Health and Social Care Professionals Council (CORU) for a four-year term. Health Minister Stephen Donnelly announced four appointments to the multi-profession health regulator to run until 18 November 2024 following a public

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Corporate and commercial law firm Mills Selig has announced the appointment of Chris Guy as managing partner. Mr Guy will take on the firm's leadership from 1 December 2020, taking over from John Kearns, who will stay on as senior partner.

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Barrister Killian Flood has become the latest addition to the Irish Legal News team, shortly after our leading legal publication marked its fifth anniversary. Mr Flood will join Andrew McKeown BL in writing regular summaries of judgments from the Irish, Northern Ireland and European courts for the I

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Global legal business DWF has announced the recruitment of two newly-qualified solicitors and six trainees in its Belfast office. The firm said its workload has remained high despite the Covid-19 pandemic and home working, driven largely by the needs of its clients in the real estate, construction a

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