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  • Caoimhe Heery




    + 353 91 895357

    Practice Areas

    Cyber and Data Protection, Employment Law




    Caoimhe joined Ronan Daly Jermyn's Employment team in 2012. She provides advice on all areas of employment law. Caoimhe has a particular interest in the areas of health, education and the life sciences sector. On the non-contentious side, Caoimhe gives HR professionals practical and commercially focused advice on their day to day issues including grievance and disciplinary procedures and also has a specific responsibility within the team for pensions, having previously obtained a Law Society certificate in Pensions Law and Practice, and work permit applications and appeals for multinational clients. Caoimhe also has a particular interest in insolvency and M&A work.

    On the contentious side, Caoimhe has defended and prosecuted numerous actions to include employment injunctions, equality claims, unfair dismissals claims and industrial relations claims. She regularly advocates at those hearings without the use of counsel. Caoimhe undertakes a very significant level of insurance defence claims for a wide range of public and private insurers in respect of complex employment related personal injury proceedings (primarily bullying and harassment and stress claims).

    In the area of Data Protection and Cyber Security, Caoimhe provides targeted in-house training for clients on the GDPR. She advises clients on all areas of Data Protection to include, data audits and data requests with a focus on issues relating to employee data.

    Caoimhe is a committee member of the C.I.P.D. (West) branch. She also provides tailored training and legal updates to her clients. She has lectured on the Law Society Diploma in Employment Law and tutors employment law on the Law Society professional practice course. She also contributes to the IELJ and Legal Island.


    National University of Ireland, Galway (B Corp Law LLB)
    University of Edinburgh (LLM)  
    University College Dublin (Diploma in Employment Law)


    Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland.
    Admitted as a solicitor in England & Wales (non-practising).

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