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ByrneWallace names seven new partners
(L to R) Eoin McGlinchey, Morag McCullagh, Gráinne Murphy, Feargal Brennan (managing partner), Zelda Deasy, Daniel Holohan, Triona Ryan, and Fiona Wood Pic: ByrneWallace LLP

02 Dec 2021 / corporate law Print

ByrneWallace names seven new partners

Law firm ByrneWallace LLP has appointed seven new partners across a range of its main practice areas.

The senior appointments are:

  • Triona Ryan (banking and finance),
  • Gráinne Murphy (litigation and dispute resolution),
  • Eoin McGlinchey (litigation and dispute resolution),
  • Morag McCullagh (health and social care),
  • Fiona Wood (health and social care),
  • Daniel Holohan (corporate), and
  • Zelda Deasy (corporate, privacy and data protection).

“The appointment of seven new partners, who have each individually demonstrated expert legal advice and excellent client service, ensures that we are in a strong position as we continue to advise our expansive client base across both public and private sectors,” said managing partner Feargal Brennan.

Property partner Alison O’Sullivan said that the firm had achieved gender parity at partnership level in 2018, and had maintained that balance.

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