McCann FitzGerald



McCann FitzGerald named best national firm for pro bono work

McCann FitzGerald has been named the best national firm for pro bono work at Legal Media Group Europe Women in Business Law Awards 2019 in London.

Published 14 June 2019

Major law firms renew sponsorship of Hibernian Law Journal

Law firms Arthur Cox, Dillon Eustace, Matheson and McCann FitzGerald have renewed their sponsorship of the Hibernian Law Journal for its upcoming 18th volume.

Published 30 May 2019

Former McCann FitzGerald partner Ambrose Loughlin appointed to Shannon Group board

Former McCann FitzGerald partner Ambrose Loughlin has been appointed to the board of state-owned Shannon Group.

Published 21 May 2019

McCann FitzGerald and Matheson recognised at Benchmark Europe Awards

Irish firms McCann FitzGerald and Matheson won recognition at the inaugural Benchmark Europe Awards last night.

Published 16 May 2019

First-ever New York and Brussels partners among eight appointments at McCann FitzGerald

McCann FitzGerald has announced the appointment of eight new partners and consultants across the firm, including its first-ever partners outside of Dublin and London.

Published 13 May 2019

Mary McAleese and Ms Justice Catherine McGuinness to receive Hibernian Law Medals

The Hibernian Law Journal has announced that this year's Hibernian Law Medals will be awarded jointly to the 8th President of Ireland, Professor Mary McAleese, and former Supreme Court Justice of Ireland, Ms Justice Catherine McGuinness.

Published 4 March 2019

McCann FitzGerald's Karyn Harty appointed to Royal College of Physicians of Ireland Council

Karyn Harty, partner at McCann FitzGerald, has been appointed as a lay member to the governing body of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (RCPI).

Published 7 February 2019

McCann FitzGerald partner sounds alarm over impact on no-deal Brexit on cross-border cases

A senior Irish lawyer has sounded the alarm over the impact of a no-deal Brexit on cross-border cases and enforcement of court judges, the Irish Independent reports.

Published 31 January 2019