Whitney Moore has moved

Leading law firm Whitney Moore has relocated to a newly-renovated office space on Shelbourne Road in the heart of Ballsbridge. The firm has gone through various phases of expansion and growth since it was established in 1882 and this move marks another development in its continued progress. Commenting on the relocation, Whitney Moore’s managing partner, John Lynch, said: “It’s a credit to our team and our loyal clients that we have been able to invest in the future of the firm with a move to this office. We are looking forward to working in this vibrant location.”

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