Your solicitor is an important source of advice for business and personal matters in a time of crisis. Talk to a solicitor who has the expertise to help you.
While the Law Society cannot provide legal advice, we can help you find a solicitor in your area or check contact details for a practising solicitor or firm you know by name.
Video - Solicitors provide an essential business and are open
While much has changed during Covid-19, where you go for trusted legal advice hasn't changed - solicitors are open and ready to work for you.
Video - how a solicitor can help home buyers
Buying a house, especially your first house, is exciting but can be daunting. Watch a two-minute video which hears from two home buyers and their solicitor on their experience and the benefits of engaging a solicitor earlier in the conveyancing process:
Find a Solicitor or Law Firm
- To find the contact details for a practising solicitor or legal firm in your area, you can use the Solicitor/Firm Directory to search by name and/or location. Just click on the relevant tab - Find a Solicitor/Firm
- To search for qualified solicitors who are trained mediators, use Find a Mediator.
- If you require contact details of a solicitor available to attend your local garda station to provide legal advices and attend interviews, see Find a Garda Station Solicitor.
Guide to Professional Conduct of Solicitors
The Guide is a statement of the accepted principles of good conduct in practice for solicitors, illustrated in the context of practical situations, including those most frequently the subject of queries to the Law Society from solicitors:
The Law Society has prepared a selection of guides on a range of legal topics, including
- Commercial Contracts
- Employment Contracts
- Writing a will
- Family inheritance
- Selling the family home
- Buying property
For more information, view our legal guides.
If you have any legal queries, contact a solicitor.
If you have any queries about legal aid, please visit the Legal Aid Board website.
Complaints against solicitors
From 7 October 2019, complaints about a solicitor or enquiries about making a complaint should be referred to the Legal Services Regulatory Authority.
For more information, contact email@example.com
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have any other queries, please firstly read our FAQ.