John Redmond is a Notary Public and Commissioner for Oaths, as well as being principle of the firm. John’s specialist areas of practice are Conveyancing, Commercial Property; Business Law and Transactions; Landlord and Tenant; Licensing; Employment; and Franchising. John attended St. Paul’s College, Raheny, Dublin and Trinity College, Dublin (B.A), (LL.B) before qualifying as a solicitor in 1980. He offers a wealth of experience to clients in his practice areas and has represented clients in matters as diverse as the arrest of ships and the purchase of state industries. John was a finalist in the 2018 Irish Law Awards. In his free time John enjoys sailing, tennis and classic cars!

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Lisa Quinn O’Flaherty is a solicitor. She  joined Fitzsimons Redmond in 2015 after working in another Dublin firm. She is qualified also as a solicitor in England and Wales. She holds an LL.B in Irish Law from the University of Wales, as well as a H.Cert in Media and is currently studying part-time for a Prof.Dip in Leadership at UCD.  Lisa has experience in all our practice areas, and has a particular passion for both commercial law and litigation. She has  written a dissertation on “The Legal Response to Domestic Violence in Irish Law” and has had many legal articles published, including in the Hibernian Law Journal. Lisa is passionate about active citizenship and was appointed a Climate Ambassador with An Taisce as well as being an active member (and former secretary general) of JCI Dublin, a board member for a number of community organisations, and a volunteer legal adviser with FLAC.

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Carolina Torica is a legal executive, with a degree in law. Carolina has been working at the firm since 2012, and has extensive experience in all practice areas. She speaks English, Romanian and Russian. Carolina plans to take the Law Society exams to begin training as a solicitor. In her spare time, Carolina enjoys fashion design, keeping fit and travelling.

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