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Commercial litigation partner named at Augustus Cullen Law
Joice Carthy and Deirdre Courtney

09 Feb 2021 / corporate law Print

Litigation partner joins Augustus Cullen Law

Augustus Cullen Law LLP has appointed Deirdre Courtney as a new partner in the commercial litigation department. 

The firm currently employs a team of almost 50 people between their Dublin and Wicklow offices and works across a diverse range of practice areas, including medical negligence, general and commercial litigation, corporate advice, construction, property, probate, planning and environmental law, and family law. 

Courtney has over 25 years of experience in commercial litigation and dispute resolution, and has acted in adjudications, arbitrations and mediations, and before tribunals and inquiries.

Her areas of expertise include commercial litigation, planning and environmental law, property disputes, compulsory purchase, banking litigation, media law, and construction disputes.

Vital role

Managing partner Joice Carthy said that Courtney’s appointment would play a vital role in the continuing expansion of the practice.

“With growing activity in commercial litigation, construction, and planning and environmental law, Deirdre will be an invaluable asset to the firm.”

A graduate of NUI Galway, Deirdre Courtney qualified as a solicitor in 1991 and is a member of Lawyers against Homelessness, the Dublin Solicitors’ Bar Association, and the Commercial Law Association, and is a board member of the NUI Galway Foundation.

Deirdre said: “I am delighted to be joining the team at Augustus Cullen Law LLP. I look forward to contributing to the ongoing outstanding work of the firm, particularly within the commercial litigation department.”

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