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  • Michael Quinlan



    Michael is a solicitor in the firm’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department, specialising in insolvency and corporate restructuring. Michael joined Ronan Daly Jermyn in 2014 having previously worked in the Department of Finance and the Central Bank of Ireland as a legal and policy analyst.  

    Michael’s role in the Central Bank and Department of Finance focused on financial regulation and legislative and policy development. He contributed to the achievement of key targets under the EU/IMF Programme of Financial Support for Ireland including developing legislation for the restructuring of the credit union sector in Ireland and the establishment of the Credit Union Restructuring Board (ReBo).

    His core areas of practice are commercial litigation, insolvency and compliance. His role includes advising liquidators, receivers, examiners, financial institutions, investors and creditors. Michael also has experience in personal injury litigation, state claims defence litigation and banking. 


    University College Cork (BCL International)
    University of Oslo, Norway
    University College Cork (LLM)


    Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland (April 2016)
    Institute of Banking (Professional Certificate in Compliance)
    Qualified Data Protection Practitioner (PDP - Practitioner Certificate in Data Protection)

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