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Ogier Leman will no longer use ‘Leman’ part of name
John Hogan, Ogier’s managing partner, Ireland, and global managing partner Ed Mackereth

03 Oct 2023 / corporate law Print

Ogier Leman will no longer use ‘Leman’ name

Ogier Leman will no longer use the ‘Leman’ part of its name, just over a year after the merger between Dublin-based Leman Solicitors and international legal and professional-services firm Ogier.

Established in 2007, the firm now employs 80 people and, since the 2022 merger, has seen a 40% increase in headcount and five new partners.


Ogier has extended its legal services to the Irish market to include banking, debt-capital markets and funds services, with well-established teams providing corporate, property, dispute-resolution, restructuring and employment advice.

John Hogan (co-founder and practice partner of Ogier Ireland) said: “We are pleased to become Ogier in name after a fantastic year of growth, opportunity and development following our merger in March 2022.”

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