Joshua Kieran-Glennon will be editor-in-chief of the Hibernian Law Journal’s forthcoming 22nd volume.
A trainee at McCann FitzGerald, Kieran-Glennon is currently deputy editor and will succeed Julia Launders in the role.
The incoming editor says that he is hugely grateful for the support of the Law Society and his predecessors.
Law Society patronage
Established in 1999 under the patronage of the Law Society, the journal is edited by trainee and newly-qualified solicitors.
The Hibernian Law Medal was presented in May to former President of Ireland Mary Robinson, and to former British Supreme Court president Baroness Hale of Richmond.
Mr Justice Michael Quinn serves as judge-in-residence of the journal.
Applications for membership of the editorial board will open shortly, with a call for submissions to follow.