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Flynn O’Driscoll appoints three new partners
(L-R): Deirdre Walsh, Nolene Treacy, James Duggan, Eliza O’Grady, Kate Duffy (Pic: Flynn O'Driscoll)

08 Jan 2024 / corporate law Print

Flynn O’Driscoll appoints three new partners

Flynn O’Driscoll has announced eight senior appointments across its practice areas.

The law firm, which has offices in Dublin, Galway, and Shannon, has appointed three new partners, a senior associate, and four associates.

James Duggan (managing partner, small picture) said that he believed that the appointments would bolster the firm’s industry knowledge and strength across key areas.


“Their outstanding expertise and significant contributions have delivered value to our clients, and they have also displayed great commitment internally in developing their respective teams,” he added.

The new partners are:

  • Billy Brick (litigation and disputes resolution, small picture),
  • Laura Melody-Moran (corporate, small picture), and
  • Zoë Mollaghan (litigation, small picture).

Deirdre Walsh becomes a new senior associate in the corporate-and-commercial department.

The four new associates are:

  • Kate Duffy (employment),
  • Eliza O'Grady (commercial property),
  • Laoise O'Malley (aviation and asset finance), and
  • Nolene Treacy (IP and technology).
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