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Aidan Reynolds now partner at Keith Walsh Solicitors
Aidan Reynolds

04 May 2022 / business Print

Aidan Reynolds now partner at Keith Walsh Solicitors

Family lawyer Aidan Reynolds has been appointed as a partner at Keith Walsh Solicitors in Dublin.

Reynolds was the longest-serving partner at family law firm Gallagher Shatter, which dissolved on Saturday (30 April 2022). He joined that firm in September 1988 and became a partner in October 1991.

Reynolds has represented clients in high-profile and complex judicial separation and divorce cases, and has lectured extensively in the area of family law.

He also has experience in litigation, and has acted in landmark cases before the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in equality for social-welfare recipients.

Managing partner Keith Walsh SC commented that Aidan’s experience in dealing with very complex and high-level family-law cases over 35 years at Gallagher Shatter solicitors was “second to none”.

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