Dr Sarah Fulham-McQuillan has been appointed assistant professor in constitutional law at UCD Sutherland School of Law. She joined the university a year ago as the McCann FitzGerald-sponsored assistant professor in law and business.
James Duggan has been elected managing partner of Flynn O'Driscoll Business Solicitors, succeeding founder Pat Flynn. Mr Flynn is taking up the role of chairman following his 17-year term as managing partner, which has seen the firm grow to a staff of 85 people across two offices in Dublin and Galwa
Tully Rinckey Ireland has announced the appointment of Mary Flaherty as a consultant company secretary in Dublin. Ms Flaherty will advise business clients on all aspects of company establishment and company compliance.
Nasc, the Migrant and Refugee Rights Centre, has announced the appointment of barrister Julie O'Leary as its new legal service manager. Ms O'Leary, a graduate of UCC School of Law and the King's Inns, was called to the Bar in 2013 and has practised in immigration law, social welfare law, employment
Solicitor Susan O'Halloran has been appointed chief legal officer of the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA). Ms O'Halloran joined the NTMA in 2012 and served as head of the NTMA's legal unit prior to her appointment as chief legal officer.
Solicitor Helen Martin has been appointed as chief executive of the Charities Regulator. She has been performing the functions of the CEO on an acting-up basis since last October, and prior to that was director of regulation at the regulatory body.
Comyn Kelleher Tobin (CKT) has announced the appointment of Louise Duggan, Lebeau Jonker and Emily Sexton as partners across the firm's Dublin and Cork offices. Ms Duggan, partner in CKT's commercial property department, has a track record acting for developers, institutions and businesses in a comp
LK Shields has announced the appointment of Lester Sosa-Villatoro and Tanya Moeller as associate solicitors. Mr Sosa-Villatoro has joined the firm's corporate team, advising clients on a wide range of corporate and commercial transactions.
UK law firm TLT has announced the appointment of Caitriona Morgan as a legal director in Belfast. Ms Morgan, who joins from Cleaver Fulton Rankin, specialises in insolvency and business restructuring and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to further enhance TLT's insolvency offering.
Pinsent Masons has announced the appointment of life sciences and technology litigation specialist Michael Finn as a partner in Dublin. Mr Finn will join the firm from Matheson, where he currently leads its IP disputes group and previously established its life sciences regulatory and litigation prac
Mason Hayes & Curran has announced the appointment of John Farrell as a partner in the firm’s technology team. Mr Farrell works closely with large companies solving complex technology law issues and providing them with commercially focused solutions. He specialises in large scale technolog
Dublin firm KOD Lyons has announced the appointment of Ailbhe Hanmore as an associate and Katie Dowling as a solicitor. Ms Hanmore, who joined the firm a year ago, works in the firm's civil litigation department, vindicating the rights of those injured as a result of negligence. She leads a mixed pr
Dual-qualified pharmacist and barrister Michael Lyons has been elected vice-president of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (PSI) Council for 2019/20. The PSI is a public body and an agency of the Department of Health which regulates pharmacists and pharmacies in Ireland.
Belfast firm Millar McCall Wylie has announced the appointment of solicitor and former barrister Clare Lenaghan as head of the firm's family and matrimonial law team. Ms Lenaghan, who has more than 25 years' experience as a barrister and has now qualified as a solicitor, will lead the established te
The Government has granted patents of precedence entitling 13 barristers to admission to the Inner Bar. The four women and nine men will be called to the Inner Bar on a date fixed by the Chief Justice of Ireland, Mr Justice Frank Clarke.