Honours Degree in Business and Legal Studies, UCD.
Brief overview of my career:
completed my legal traineeship in a busy, well-established firm in the south Dublin
seaside town of Dún Laoghaire and stayed with the firm for 11 years. In that
time I worked predominantly in the areas of residential and commercial
conveyancing and probate and estate planning.
In June 2018, I joined Lavelle Solicitors and took up the role of senior
associate in the firm’s property department where I work with a broad range of
clients in both commercial and residential property transactions. I act on behalf of a number of banks and
financial institutions with a particular focus on mortgagee in possession and
receiver sales. I also act for large
property investment funds, playing a pivotal role in the sale of substantial,
high-profile residential and commercial property portfolios.
Professional memberships & accreditations:
- Admitted to the Law Society of Ireland
What I offer my clients:
and foremost, I am known for my approachable manner and my positive outlook. Thereafter,
my clients work with me because of my years of experience in property
transactions which leads to an efficient, personable service. I understand that
a property transaction can be stressful regardless of the size, and I am very cognisant
of this at all times.
Why I love what I do:
As a property solicitor, I get the opportunity to be a part of what can often be one of the most significant events in a person’s life which is the purchase or sale of a property, be it residential or commercial. I enjoy helping the client achieve that ultimate goal of either owning a new property or selling a property and making the process as easy and as stress-free for the client as possible.
I am an avid skier since
my childhood days and I have skied in Austria, Andorra and Italy. I enjoy walking, hiking and running and love
nothing more than escaping to the peace and solitude of the Wicklow hills or
the west coast of Ireland as often as I can.
I completed the 30th Anniversary of the Dublin Marathon in
2009 and I have been threatening to tackle the challenge again, if my knees