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Clare Quinlan qualified as a Solicitor in 2010 having completed her traineeship with Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan. Clare practices in the firm’s Litigation Department, where she specialises in General Litigation and has worked on a number of High Court judicial review applications.
Clare specialises in General Litigation, dealing mainly with defence litigation. In particular, Clare is involved in defending personal injury actions for a major public liability and employer’s liability insurer, who the firm represents throughout the Southeast, dealing with Circuit Court and High Court cases.
Clare also advises private clients in relation to defence litigation matters.
Clare advises and represents Plaintiff litigants in relation to all aspects of personal injury litigation, and in particular medical negligence actions, in all Courts.
In addition to this, Clare has represented parties at the Employments Appeals Tribunal and the Private Residential Tenancies Board. Clare has litigated contract disputes and equity proceedings in both the Circuit Court and High Court on behalf of private clients. Her expertise further extends to advising clients on data protection matters.
Professional Affiliations / Membership
Law Society of Ireland
LLB Law and European Studies, University of Limerick (2005)
Solicitor, Law Society of Ireland (2010)
Certificate in Data Protection, Law Society of Ireland (2017)
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