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ByrneWallace LLP Continues Growth with Appointment of Five Partners

Friday, 22 July 2022

ByrneWallace LLP is delighted to announce the promotion of five new partners, bringing the number of partners in the firm to 52.

Managing Partner, Feargal Brennan, commented, “These promotions further strengthen our position as a leading full service law firm, providing efficient and effective cross-departmental solutions, to meet our clients’ ever evolving needs. We recently announced significant growth plans on the back of demand across most of our service lines and these appointments are consistent with that.   

“Clients are at the core of our business, and as they look to adapt and thrive in the aftermath of the pandemic, navigating new challenges, we are committed to ensuring that they can draw on our talented partners, and their technical experience and capability to provide timely and knowledgeable advice.”

The senior appointments are:

Alison O’Sullivan, HR Partner and head of the firm’s property practice added, “Our people are our strongest asset and we are committed to providing a supportive working environment where people can grow and advance their careers. 

“Our successful learning and development programme, coupled with our diverse and inclusive working environment, enables us to retain our people. It is so rewarding to see gender parity at partner level and how some of our team have developed and advanced their careers here with us from intern, right through to partner level.”

Brennan concluded, “On behalf of my colleagues, I would like to extend a warm congratulations to Alan, Aoife, Bryan, Colin and Eamonn. They are being promoted at a very exciting time for the firm, and I look forward to their ongoing contribution to the business in the months and years ahead.”

Pictured L-R: Bryan O’Gorman (Property), Colin Bolger (Tax), HR Partner and Head of Property Alison O’Sullivan, Managing Partner Feargal Brennan, Aoife Hearne (Property), Eamonn Carey (Corporate) and Alan Doyle (Health and Social Care).