William Fry named as top law firm

William Fry was named the top law firm at the National Irish Bank Irish Law Awards yesterday.

Other winners include Lifetime Achievement Award Moya Quinlan, Dixon Quinlan; Leinster Provincial Law Firm of the Year, Augustus Cullen Law; Munster Provincial Law Firm of the Year, Holmes O’Malley Sexton; Connacht Provincial Law Firm of the Year, Callan Tansey Solicitors; Ulster Provincial Law Firm of the Year, VP McMullin Solicitors; Sole Practitioner Law Firm of the Year, Sonia McEntee, Sonia McEntee Solicitors; Law Firm Innovation Award, Anne Neary Consultants; In-House Legal Team Lawyer of the Year, The Revenue Solicitors’ Office Insolvency Law Team; Lawyer of the Year, Barry O’Neill, Eugene F Collins Solicitors; Finance Restructuring Team of the Year, William Prentice, Matheson Ormsby Prentice Litigation Team; Lawyer of the Year, The Medical Negligence Litigation Team, Ernest J Cantillon Solicitors; Family Law Team of the Year, Geraldine Shanley, Fiona Brassil, Emmajane O’Halloran, Daniel Spring and Co; Commercial Law Team of the Year, Dr Vincent Power, A&L Goodbody; Public Sector Law Team of the Year, Philip Lee; Employment Law Lawyer of the Year, Michael Kennedy, Byrne Wallace; IP and IT Law Team of the Year, Dr Robert Clark, Arthur Cox; Criminal Law Team Lawyer of the Year, Michael J Staines & Company; Senior Counsel of the Year, Ross McGuire; Junior Counsel of the Year, Michael Lynn; Mooting Team Prize, UCD School of Law; Law School of the Year, Law Society of Ireland: Diploma Programme, Law Society; Law Book of the Year, Hilary Delany & Declan McGrath, Civil Procedure in the Superior Courts; Legal Executive of the Year, Veronica Duffy; An Post Irish Institute of Legal Executives; Law Librarian of the Year, Jennifer Aston; Law Library Consultancy; Legal Secretary of the Year, Ursula Nodwell; Donegan’s Special Merit Award, Northside Community Law Centre.


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