Senior Associate, Cork Office
Doireann is a Senior Associate in the firm’s Corporate and Commercial team. She acts for clients on a broad range of commercial transactions and specialises in negotiating and advising on contracts.
Prior to joining RDJ, Doireann was a commercial lawyer at top tier London law firms and worked in-house as senior legal counsel at a global company. She was also a patent development specialist for a multinational building technology company.
BCL (Hons) (University College, Cork)
PgDL (Hons) (University of Law, London)
Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland
Admitted as a solicitor in England & Wales (non-practising)
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