Barbara Creed is new partner at A&L Goodbody Belfast office.

| August 7, 2017

Barbara CreedBarbara Creed has been promoted to partner in the A&L Goodbody Litigation and Dispute Resolution team, bringing the number of partners at the firm’s Belfast office to 13. In total, the firm appointed four new partners and now has 91 partners across its Belfast, Dublin, London, New York, San Francisco and Palo Alto offices.

In addition A&L Goodbody announced the appointment of seven associates in Belfast, adding depth to the base of existing senior lawyers within the firm. Ryan Walker and Jonathan Hacking have been appointed associates in the firm’s Corporate department, with Greg Martin being appointed to the Commercial Property department. Four associates have also been appointed in the firm’s Litigation department – Aine Hughes, Jenny Moore, Stuart Nevin and Ciaran O’Shiel.

Mark Thompson, Head of A&L Goodbody’s Belfast office, said: “These senior level appointments come in response to the firm’s ongoing growth and success in Belfast and reflects our confidence that this will continue in the future.

“As well as technical expertise, our clients expect energy, unwavering confidence and industry know-how from our senior lawyers, and Barbara, together with our seven new associates, very much fit the bill in this regard. We are proud to have such talent across our team of over 120 lawyers and business support professionals in Belfast.”

Barbara Creed has over 12 years’ specialist experience in dispute resolution and advises directors, shareholders and property developers in corporate, land and contractual disputes. Having read Law at the University of Ulster and the QUB Institute of Professional Legal Studies, she is dual qualified to practice in Northern Ireland and in England and Wales, and has a certificate in Advanced Advocacy.

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