Partner, Cork Office
Ashling leads the Insolvency and Corporate Restructuring Team, practising across the areas of corporate, commercial and insolvency. She uses her extensive knowledge of Irish company law to significant advantage in advising clients on both sale and acquisition sides of distressed companies.
Ashling’s practice includes advising on all types of restructurings and insolvency law matters and has vast experience in advising insolvency practitioners, financial institutions, liquidators, examiners, receivers, debtors and distressed companies. She has many years of experience acting for financial institutions in the context of debt settlement arrangements and has advised in relation to a number of significant receiverships and liquidations. She also regularly advises on both examiners and petitioners with respect to the examinership regime.
Ashling is recognised as a leading lawyer for Insolvency in The Legal 500 and is a member of the Irish Society of Insolvency Practitioners (ISIP). She lectures on the Law Society PPC 2 Insolvency course and has presented at a number of external seminars on insolvency matters. She has also co-written two chapters of the most recent edition of the Law Society’s insolvency manual.
University College Cork (BCL)
University College Dublin (Diploma in Business Studies)
Law Society of Ireland (Diploma in Applied Finance)
Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland.
Member of the Irish Society of Insolvency Practitioners.
Ashling Walsh is a pleasure to work with. We needed urgent advices overnight on a high profile cross border insolvency, and her team responded immediately. Would recommend them every time.– The Legal 500 (2023)
Ashling Walsh is an excellent lawyer who consistently provides robust advice in difficult circumstances. She is also particularly mindful of the practical and commercial realities at play when providing advice– Chambers Europe (2023)
very accessible and tenacious in closing out complex matters effectively– The Legal 500
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