• Andrew Coonan

    Qualified as a Solicitor in February 1997 and has obtained a Degree in politics and history. He pursued a career as an amateur jockey for a number of years before turning his attention solely to law. Andrew is Secretary of the Irish Jockeys Association and practises in all aspects of law but has particular expertise in the area of the Racing and Equestrian Industries and also the analysis of the rules of various sporting bodies including the Irish Sports Council, the Turf Club, the GAA, the Irish Athletics Association, The Football Association of Ireland and the Show Jumping Association of Ireland.

    Andrew also advises clients in relation to agricultural and commercial property transactions and the relevant tax implications in relation to same.

    Andrew practices in the area of commercial and civil and criminal litigation. He also advises in relation to estate planning and family law.


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  • Susanna Cawley

    Qualified as a practising solicitor in February 1997. She has a degree in Economics and Politics and a masters Degree in Economics. She was a member of the lecturing department of Economics in UCD for a two year period and uses her experience from this job in her legal practice.

    Susanna is a partner in the firm and practises in the area of private clients and commercial law. She also focuses on the provision of a wide range of services including financial, tax and estate planning including wills, administration of estates, conveyancing both commercial and private, agricultural property, commercial law, company law and family law.

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  • James Cawley

    Qualified as a practising solicitor in 1951. James is a partner in the firm and was originally a partner in a large commercial Dublin practice involved in the setting up of the Irish Financial Services Centre and in particular the area of ucit funds, and the tax based incentives for commercial conveyancing in the Dublin Docklands area. More recently James moved to Kildare and continues to practice particularly in the area of trusts, commercial law and tax based incentive schemes in relation to investment and property transactions.

    James also advises in relation to the area of deeds of family arrangement, media contracts, film franchise and production contracts.