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We can help in all areas of Irish law and specialise in Irish immigration
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Dip LS, ACI Arb
Brian qualified as a solicitor in 1994. He previously worked in Dockrell Shields and Farrell, Ivor Fitzpatrick & Co. and John P. Redmond & co. before establishing the practice with Gerard McGrath in 1999. He deals mainly with personal injury, general litigation and probate.
A keen sports man, his interests are in soccer, table tennis and cycling. He is a member of the Capel Cripples – a group which runs each Friday to the Phoenix Park. He coaches boys football with Cabinteely FC (“Cabo”)
BCL, Dip Comm. Law
Gerard qualified as a solicitor in 1988 and worked in Dublin, Limerick and Cork before establishing the practice with Brian McGrane in 1999. He works mainly in the area of commercial work as well as general litigation.
A former international distance runner, Gerard enjoys cycling and coaching athletics. He is a director of the women’s mini marathon, the largest participation event in Ireland. He is also a member of the Capel Cripples (see above).
BA, Dip LS, Dip Emp Law
Julie qualified as a solicitor in 1999 and specializes in conveyencing, commercial lending, work permits and employment law. She holds a Diploma in Employment Law from the Law Society.
Julie's interests include sailing and powerlifting. She is not a member of the Capel Cripples (see above).
BCL, Dip Emp Law
Aileen qualified as a solicitor in 2013 having trained with one of Ireland’s largest corporate law firms. She worked as in-house counsel for a further year and a half before joining McGrath McGrane. She now specialises in immigration and civil litigation law.
Aileen’s interests outside of the law include running, hiking and traveling. She regularly competes in middle distance athletics competitions. She once spent a week in a silent meditation retreat and has not stopped talking since.
Mary qualified as a solicitor in 2012 and works in immigration and litigation. She holds an LLM from the Irish Centre for Human Rights at NUI Galway and degrees from UCD and DIT.
She is a long-time volunteer with FLAC and is also involved in other access to justice projects with the Irish Rule of Law International.
I received a phone call late yesterday afternoon informing me that I had been awarded supplementary welfare. Thank you so much for your encouragement, I have been very low and disempowered in this whole story and couldn't have faced the SWO again without your support.
Many thanks for all the support and guidance over the past number of years. If I ever need a solicitor for any reason (but let’s hope not!) I’ll be back- but in any case I’m happy to recommend you to anyone who needs legal support and advice!
Just to let you know that I today received my foreign birth certificate from the Department of Foreign Affairs. I would like to thank you again for your excellent work on my behalf. You made the whole process simple, fast and efficient in a way that I could never have done on my own.