Carson McDowell



Carson McDowell to host Strictly fundraiser for cancer charity

Staff and clients of Belfast-based Carson McDowell will take to the dance floor later this year at a Strictly Come Dancing-inspired charity fundraiser.

Published 13 August 2019

Carson McDowell announces partnership with Cancer Fund for Children

Belfast-based Carson McDowell has announced a year-long partnership with local charity Cancer Fund for Children.

Published 10 July 2019

Claims specialist Karl Redmond joins Carson McDowell

Carson McDowell has today announced that claims expert Karl Redmond has joined the firm as a consultant in its Dublin office.

Published 3 July 2019

Carson McDowell continues support for Ulster University degree show

Belfast firm Carson McDowell has announced the renewal of its partnership with Ulster University for the annual Belfast School of Art degree show.

Published 5 June 2019

Carson McDowell presents over £2,800 to PIPS Charity after year of fundraising

Belfast-based Carson McDowell presented a cheque for more than £2,800 to PIPS Charity after a year of fundraising for the charity.

Published 22 May 2019

Lucy Clarke: Major procedural changes introduced with the launch of new Commercial Hub

Lucy Clarke, associate in litigation and dispute resolution at Carson McDowell, writes on the launch of the new Commercial Hub in the Northern Ireland courts.

Published 16 May 2019

Three Northern Ireland solicitors to compete against southern colleagues in Iron Law Triathlon

Three Northern Ireland solicitors will compete against their colleagues from south of the border in exhaustive physical challenges to raise funds for solicitors and their families during difficult times.

Published 2 May 2019

Gender-balanced leadership splits role of Carson McDowell managing partner

Roger McMillan and Neasa Quigley have today taken over the responsibilities of managing partner at Carson McDowell, succeeding Michael Johnston after eight years in the role.

Published 1 May 2019

Rachel Penny: Employees should benefit from increased transparency over NDAs

Rachel Penny, employment partner at Carson McDowell, considers the use of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to cover up wrongdoing in the workplace.

Published 27 March 2019