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Kildare solicitor is new PEOPIL treasurer
Solicitor Liam Moloney

22 Oct 2021 / personal injury Print

Kildare solicitor is new PEOPIL treasurer

Kildare solicitor Liam Moloney (pictured) was recently elected as treasurer of the Pan European Organisation of Personal Injury Lawyers (PEOPIL), at its annual conference in Malaga in Spain.

PEOPIL is a not-for-profit organisation that has members in 44 European countries, and in the USA, Canada, Panama, Mexico and South Africa.

Its main aims include lobbying European countries for fair compensation for victims of accidents and medical negligence, and promoting access to justice.

Tort-reform challenges

Moloney will serve as treasurer on the body’s executive board for a three-year term. His new role will also involve working with other board members on PEOPIL’s marketing, recruitment, case-referral and international-development strategies.

The solicitor said that he was honoured to have been elected to the position.

“With many challenges in the area of tort reform, it is important that the rights of accident victims to recover fair and proper compensation is protected,” he added.

Moloney has been the Irish board member of PEOPIL since 2013, and represents Ireland and Britain as governor on the Board of the American Association for Justice.

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