Fitzsimons Redmond LLP partner, Lisa Quinn O’Flaherty has contributed a chapter in Parenting Gifted Children in Different Countries, an academic text, edited by Roya Klingner and published by Eliva Press.
Lisa’s chapter is entitled “A Certain Minimum Education: Exceptionally-Able Children in Ireland.” It discusses the Irish education system and the opportunities and challenges for children with exceptional intellectual ability. The book is available to purchase on Amazon, and contains chapters by a number of education experts from around the world.
Cyber-criminals are actively targeting legal clients, in particular conveyancing clients. The scam is very sophisticated. The criminal pretends to be your solicitor, by using a very similar email address to that of your solicitor. They may have personal knowledge of your legal matter. They will ask you to transfer deposits, purchase monies or fees to a fraudulent bank account.
We are delighted to announce the publication of Women in Law: Discovering the True Meaning of Success. Partner at Fitzsimons Redmond LLP, Lisa Quinn O’Flaherty has contributed to this inspiring anthology of stories by women lawyers. The book is available on Amazon and raises funds for Ms JD.
We were delighted to receive this lovely plaque from Junior Chamber International, Ireland in recognition of our being the runner up in the category of Digital Experience in the 2021 Friendly Business Awards.
As we close up the office for the Christmas break, we would like to thank all our clients for their support in the last year. We will be back open on January 4th, and look forward to once again serving our clients. We wish you all a very happy Christmas!
In August 2021, Lisa Quinn O’Flaherty joined John Redmond as a partner at Fitzsimons Redmond. Lisa becomes the first female partner in the firm’s 53 year history. She joined the firm in 2015, and is the lead for the firm’s participation in both the Law Society’s Gender Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Charter and the Professional Wellbeing Charter, and constantly seeks to make improvements to the way we work.