Our team of highly qualified solicitors have handled a large volume of cases and transactions across a broad range of practice areas and consistently deliver excellent service and results. The structure of our firm ensures clients’ requirements receive the attention they deserve and that their needs are at the forefront of the practice.
Niall Clerkin is a founding partner of Clerkin Lynch. Niall trained and worked as a qualified solicitor for two of Dublin’s leading law firms, primarily practising in the area of banking and financial services law. Niall established Clerkin Lynch with Kevin Lynch in 2008. Since establishing the firm he has substantially expanded his practice areas and brings years of specialist expertise to the areas of commercial litigation, financial services law and commercial property law.
Kevin Lynch is a founding partner of Clerkin Lynch. He trained and qualified as a solicitor in a leading Dublin law firm, where he worked for 7 years prior to establishing Clerkin Lynch. Kevin has particular expertise in the areas of commercial law, commercial litigation and contentious and non-contentious construction law.
Emer Fitzhenry is a solicitor in the Property Department of Clerkin Lynch. She specialises in commercial and residential property law. Emer commenced her traineeship with Clerkin Lynch in October 2012 and since that time has focused predominantly on growing the firm’s property practice.
Thomas is a solicitor in the dispute resolution department. He works primarily in the area of litigation, in particular disputes involving financial service providers, employment issues, debt recovery, fraud, intellectual property, bankruptcy, professional negligence and company shareholders and directors.
Sean commenced his training contract with Clerkin Lynch in March 2015 and qualified as a solicitor with the firm in December 2017. He has been involved in a wide-range of sectors within the firm including commercial, litigation and property.
Kevin is a second-year trainee solicitor, who has gained experience in the areas of property, employment law, family law, landlord and tenant disputes, and commercial litigation.
Asa has worked in Clerkin Lynch since October 2016. Her role at Clerkin Lynch involves a wide variety of responsibilities such as human resources, bookkeeping, and liaising with clients.
Sophie studied History and Classics at Maynooth University and graduated with a Master of Arts in Classical Studies in 2014. She started in Clerkin Lynch in April 2017, assisting in general office administration, bookkeeping and record management.