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Four new partners named at A&L Goodbody
David Widger

16 Nov 2023 / corporate law Print

Four new partners named at A&L Goodbody

A&L Goodbody LLP (ALG) has appointed four new partners – two in Dublin, one in Belfast and one in London.

The firm has also appointed one new ‘of counsel’ in Dublin.

The new partners are:

  • Chris Bergin (asset management and investment funds, Dublin),
  • Aideen Burke (commercial and technology, Dublin),
  • James Flanagan (construction and projects, Belfast), and
  • Phil Fogarty (corporate transactions, London).

The new ‘of counsel’ is Kate Harnett (disputes and investigations).

IP specialist joins firm

The appointments of Bergin, Flanagan, Fogarty, and Harnett are effective from 1 January 2024.

Burke, who joins from LK Shields, specialises in intellectual property, technology and data-privacy law.

David Widger (ALG managing partner, pictured) said: “Our new partners and ‘of counsel’ all demonstrate the adaptability and forward thinking that’s at the core of how we service our clients.”

Headquartered in Dublin, ALG has more than 1,000 staff – including 116 partners – working across six office locations: Dublin, Belfast, London, New York, San Francisco and Palo Alto.

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