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Three new partners at Eversheds
Peter O’Neill, Eoin MacAodha, Julie Galbraith and Alan Murphy

06 Feb 2020 / corporate law Print

Three new partners named at Eversheds Sutherland

Global top 15 law firm, Eversheds Sutherland has three new partners in its Dublin office.

Eoin MacAodha has become a partner in the firm’s litigation practice, Julie Galbraith has taken up the role in its employment practice, and Peter O’Neill has become a partner in the commercial practice. 

Statutory interpretation

Eoin MacAodha practices in commercial litigation, with a particular focus on regulatory compliance and white-collar crime. He also has extensive experience in public administrative law, particularly in statutory interpretation, High Court appeals and judicial review. 

Julie Galbraith advises clients on all aspects of the employment relationship from recruitment to termination. She works with public and private-sector clients on contentious and non-contentious employment matters. Julie is also secretary and board member of the Employment Law Association of Ireland, and a regular media speaker.

Peter O’Neill is an experienced corporate commercial lawyer practising in all aspects of commercial and corporate law, including M&A transactions, venture capital transactions, distribution agreements, and outsourcing agreements.


Managing partner Alan Murphy said: “Eoin and Julie joined our firm as trainees, and Peter joined in 2016 as a senior associate. All three have already made a significant contribution to our firm and are committed to growing and strengthening their respective practice areas collaboratively with their colleagues.”

Eversheds Sutherland is a top 15 global law firm, with 69 offices in 32 countries worldwide, including nine in the US.

Its Dublin office employs over 300 personnel.

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