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Matheson appoints 42 newly qualified solicitors
Matheson managing partner Michael Jackson

02 May 2024 / business Print

Matheson appoints 42 newly qualified solicitors

Matheson LLP has appointed 42 newly qualified solicitors across seven of its main practice areas.

The law firm says that it is continuing to invest in developing and training the best graduates and working with third-level colleges across the country.

The new appointees will work across seven areas:

  • Asset management,
  • Commercial litigation,
  • Commercial real estate,
  • Corporate,
  • Finance and capital markets,
  • Private client, and
  • Tax.


Michael Jackson (managing partner, pictured) said: “The promotion of this group of skilled individuals further highlights the success of Matheson's people strategy and of our continuous investment in talent across the entire firm, but particularly in the many market-leading and diverse range of practice areas in which we have seen such significant growth in recent years.

“The skills of this new talented group of solicitors will help drive the continued growth of the firm and will aid our national and international clients in their own growth plans,” he concluded.

Matheson’s structured training programmes includes mentor relationships with partners at the firm.

It recently signed a five-year sponsorship with University College Cork to create a new lectureship and scholarship, as well as a series of lectures and events, in law, technology, and innovation.

Matheson is headquartered in Dublin and has offices in Cork, London, New York, San Francisco, and Palo Alto.

The firm employs more than 860 people across its six offices – including 122 partners and tax principals.

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