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Philip Lee names new property partner
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20 Oct 2021 / corporate law Print

Philip Lee names new property partner

Commercial-law firm Philip Lee has appointed Michael Neary (pictured, left) as partner in its property division.

Before joining Philip Lee, Neary was a partner in the Dublin office of an international law firm.

The firm describes him as an experienced commercial-property solicitor, who has a proven track record in advising on every aspect of the sector.


Neary joins a property group headed by partner John O’Donoghue (pictured, right), and will work alongside fellow partners Eimear Fitzgibbon, Tom Conway and Thomas O’Malley.

“I am delighted to join Philip Lee at a time when real estate is returning to a level of buoyancy and confidence that we have not seen in the last 18 months, and where clients need expert advice to navigate the various issues that arise in a complex marketplace,” Michael Neary said.

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