Photographed at the Irish Law Awards (l-r) were Michael Kennedy, head of ByrneWallace Employment Law; Michelle NiLongain, partner, ByrneWallace Employment Law; and Charles Blandford, The Financial Times.
ByrneWallace was awarded the gong at the Irish Law Awards 2015.
The ByrneWallace Employment team has been consistently recognised, nationally and internationally, as leaders in employment law. With unrivalled experience advising large domestic and international clients, both private and public, across all industry sectors, the team is particularly renowned for its excellence in client service and proven track record advising on complex and novel employment issues.
At the event, ByrneWallace’s Public Sector team was also shortlisted for Public Sector Team of the Year at the event.
Commenting on the news, Catherine Guy, managing partner, said: “We remain committed to the delivery of an excellent legal service to our clients and to ensuring that we support the promotion and protection of the interests of our clients.”
ByrneWallace is one of Ireland’s largest law firms with a team of 200 professionals which includes 34 experienced partners. The firm is dedicated to the protection and promotion of its clients’ interests through the provision of expert legal services. This expertise is borne out of a 40-year heritage, professional standards and a commitment to develop the most talented lawyers.
In recognition of its integrity and excellence, ByrneWallace is the only top 10 law firm in Ireland to be awarded the Lexcel accreditation. The firm adopts a partner-led approach which fosters greater collaboration, a stronger connection to its clients and enables it to harness the collective experience of the ByrneWallace team.
The firm conducts business locally, regionally and on a national and international basis with links to firms across Europe, the USA and Australasia. ByrneWallace is a member of ALFA International, a global legal network of law firms and maintains an office in New York to cater for the legal needs of its US clients seeking to expand into Ireland and the rest of the EU. Through its association with leading Northern Ireland law firm, Mills Selig, the firm meets the needs of its clients throughout Ireland.