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New Ireland head for DAC Beachcroft

01 May 2024 / corporate law Print

New Ireland head for DAC Beachcroft

The Dublin partners of international law firm DAC Beachcroft (DACB) have elected Ronan McLoughlin as the new head of its Irish office.

He takes over from Lisa Broderick and will serve a three-year term, effective from 1 May 2024.

McLoughlin, who joined the firm in 2020, is an experienced partner who advises domestic and international clients on commercial and residential property.


DACB says that, in his new role, he will oversee the continued growth of the firm’s brand profile in Dublin, as well as firm-wide and local initiatives that support colleague engagement and wellbeing, corporate responsibility, and community liaison.

Broderick, a commercial-litigation partner who has been at the firm since 2010, steps down after two consecutive three-year terms as head of the Irish office.

She will continue in her role as DACB Dublin's practice head, working closely with McLoughlin.

DACB Dublin has become one of the State’s 20 largest legal firms, and DACB's biggest office outside Britain. The office is now home to 11 partners, leading a team of over 90 lawyers and professional support staff.

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