We are all delighted to welcome back Andrew Young to Fitzsimons Redmond, as a legal executive. Andrew previously worked here as a summer intern in 2018 and we are delighted to welcome him back. Since he last worked here, he has completed his law degree at Dublin Business School and has worked in the corporate and commercial section of an international law firm. Andrew plans to begin the law society entrance exams shortly, and then begin his solicitor traineeship. We hope he will be very happy with us!
Our Lisa Quinn O’Flaherty has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Lawyer of the Year category of the Lincoln Early Career Awards 2019. We wish her every success at the award ceremony in October.
Solicitor, Lisa Quinn O’Flaherty has been invited to take part in a panel discussion on innovation in the legal profession and the business of law, at the Innovate Legal: Dublin event, which will take place at Huckletree, Pearse Street on Tuesday 17th September at 18.00pm. This is one of a series of information events for legal professionals organised by Clio, and the first to take place in Ireland. Lisa will be discussing, together with other legal innovators, what Fitzsimons Redmond does to ensure that we are on top of legal trends and what we do differently to ensure a high standard of client service.
The event is free and open to the public. Tickets may be booked via eventbrite:
We are delighted to share the news that we have been announced as finalists in three categories of the Irish Law Awards 2019. John Redmond is shortlisted for Sole Principal of the Year, and Lisa Quinn O’Flaherty is shortlisted for both Dublin Lawyer of the Year and Community / Pro-Bono Lawyer of the Year. We are incredibly grateful to our clients and colleagues for their support, and thankful for this recognition of the work we do at Fitzsimons Redmond.
Our Lisa Quinn O’Flaherty is in her free time, a Climate Ambassador with An Taisce. She recently wrote an article published in Irish Legal News about her role and about how lawyers can help solve the problem of climate change.
Irish Legal News Article
We are grateful to our valued client, Ireland India Council for their invitation to celebrate Diwali at City Hall last Friday night. Diwali is the Hindu celebration of the triumph of light over dark, and it is celebrated with light and colour and much festivity. We enjoyed cultural presentations, an Indian fashion show, classical dancing, singing, music and a delicious vegetarian meal. We were awed to watch the lady in the picture above dancing while balancing a jar of water and a candle on her head!
Ireland India Council works to build and develop relationships among the Irish and Indian communities, including business leaders, social leaders and universities. It organises many networking events and cultural exchanges so as to lay the groundwork for future cooperation.
Our courageous Carolina is going to jump from a plane in order to raise funds for the Irish Cancer Society. If you would like to support this fantastic cause, while showing Carolina that we appreciate her fearless spirit please click on the link below!
Carolina’s JustGiving Page
On Tuesday the 12th June, I had the honour to speak at An Cosán alongside the inspiring Selina Switzer, the courageous Miriam Moriarty Owens (both film-makers), and the lovely Phil McCormack (from Saoirse Women’s Refuge). The film was inspiring and hopeful. The ladies shared stories of thriving after adversity. Phil spoke about the many supports available to those leaving an abusive relationship. I spoke about the legal remedies. I would like to share my speaking notes here also.
Our Lisa Quinn O’Flaherty will be giving a talk about the legal remedies for domestic violence on Tuesday evening (12th June) after the screening of the short film, Silence is Golden. Also speaking at the event, will be two of the film-makers who will share their inspiration for this film, which tells four separate stories dealing with domestic abuse.
The event takes place at An Cosán at 19.00. Tickets are free and can be booked via Eventbrite.