Associate, Galway Office
Linda is an Associate in our Healthcare Team with specialist experience in acting for medical professionals, institutions and their indemnifiers in Ireland.
Linda has extensive experience in all aspects of litigation procedure. She advises healthcare professionals and Hospitals, both public and private, in the defence of medical claims in all Court jurisdictions. She has negotiated settlements with and without counsel and has also experience in mediation. Linda also advises healthcare professionals and Hospitals at Coroner’s Inquests.
National University of Ireland Galway (BA LLB)
Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland
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The Christmas Tree that put her on the Naughty List…
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Court of Appeal clarifies law on identification of child defendants who turn 18 in the course of criminal proceedings
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