Managing Partner, Cork Office
As Managing Partner, Richard is responsible for the management and strategic growth of RDJ. He chairs the firm’s Management Group and oversees client development and acquisition of new talent. Prior to becoming Managing Partner, Richard served as Head of RDJ’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department for 10 years.
Richard advises on a wide range of commercial disputes and has particular specialty in the areas of Professional Indemnity and Media and Entertainment. He has considerable experience in the resolution of large scale complex disputes and has represented clients both in the Irish and European Courts and in national and non-national Arbitral Tribunals. He also has extensive experience in the area of Administrative Law, having been involved in many of the leading cases in Judicial Review in the High Court and Supreme Court of Ireland including in the areas of Planning, Public Procurement and various public licensing regimes.
Richard serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Cork Chamber of Commerce, Cork University Hospital Charity and the Glucksman Gallery in UniversityCollege Cork. He is Chair of the Barryscourt Trust, a member of the Board of Management of one of Cork’s largest primary schools and he is a Trustee of Cork Cricket Club.
University College Cork (B Comm)
Nottingham Trent University (LLM)
Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland.
Recognised as an Eminent Practitioner in the area of dispute resolution– Chambers Global
the complete package...is good technically, knows his stuff backwards and is good at negotiation– Chambers Europe (2021)
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RDJ Managing Partner Richard Martin talks to The Currency about leadership, the shifting legal landscape and the business case for legal reform.
RDJ lawyers recognised as “Leaders in their Field” by Chambers Global 2022
Chambers Global: The World’s Leading Business Lawyers has recognized three RDJ Partners as “Leaders in their Field” for 2022.
Two UCC School of Law students awarded first Ronan Daly Jermyn Diversity Scholarships
Imamma Eunice Ikebuasi and Laya Little have each received a scholarship worth €5,000 and a work placement opportunity with RDJ
Chambers Europe Ranks Ronan Daly Jermyn Highly in 2022 Guide
In the 2022 edition of Chambers Europe RDJ was recommended in 12 practice areas, including a Band 1 ranking for Insurance law. 19 partners were recognised for their individual...