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Paul McCutcheon

Partner, Dublin Office

Paul is a partner and the Head of Housing in the Real Estate Department of RDJ LLP. With more than 20 years experience as a Real Estate lawyer, Paul specialises in advising developer clients in all aspects of the acquisition, development and sale of residential property developments.

He also has significant experience in a wide variety of other property work acting for clients ranging from multinational and publicly listed companies, large retail chains and banks to local authorities, state bodies and foreign governments.


  • Advised developer clients in the sale of residential units with a value in excess of €250,000,000 in 2022/sale of more than 700 residential properties in 2022
  • Advised Glenveagh Homes Limited in the sale of 134 units at Marina Village Greystones for in excess of €60,000,000
  • Advised Glenveagh Homes Limited in the sale to Cluid Housing Association of the first Cost Rental Equity Loan (CREL) Scheme units in Ireland
  • Advised On Track Developments Limited in the financing and letting of a mixed commercial and residential development at Barnewalls Way, Dublin
  • Advising in the acquisition and sale of development sites in Dublin, Kildare and Carlow


Trinity College, Dublin (LLB Hons.)

University College Dublin (Diploma in Business Studies)

Law Society of Ireland (Diploma in Property Tax, Diploma in Insolvency and Corporate Restructuring , Diploma in Finance law)


Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland.

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