While each of the solicitors has a solid grounding in all the areas of practice the following outlines a brief background and their particular areas of interest.
Siobhán Daly B.A. Dip. Prop. Tax, L.L.M. Solicitor
Siobhán studied at the University of Limerick and graduated with a B.A. in European Studies (Law). She completed her Law Society professional course in Blackhall Place and qualified as a Solicitor in 1993. Since then she graduated with an LLM from University College Cork in 2002. Siobhán has a particular interest in constitutional and human rights and completed her LLM thesis on the topic of the human rights of the intellectually disabled person. Siobhán has a solid grounding in the principle work load of general practice such as conveyancing and probate. She has also completed the foundation course in Collaborative Law and has in interest in renewable energy, particularly the development of Wind farms. She has a large, active litigation case load, including child abuse, medical negligence, and constitutional law cases as well as personal injuries cases. Siobhán attends the Kinsale District Court twice monthly. Siobhán has been appointed by the Supreme Court as a Notary Public and practices as such in the Cork and Kinsale office.
Patrick James FeeneyB.A., M.Phil., M.A.,LLM, Solicitor
Patrick obtained his primary degree in Economics and Politics and thereafter his Masters from Trinity College Dublin. He served his apprenticeship with our firm and qualified as a solicitor in 1999. Once qualified he worked with a prestigious firm in Kanturk which specialised in litigation for a number of years. We are delighted that he has re-joined our team and know that his energy, enthusiasm and knowledge will serve our clients well. Patrick was also awarded obtained a Masters in UCC in History and thereafter he completed his LLM, being a Masters in Law, also in UCC. While Patrick has an unique ability to give good sound legal advice to clients in all areas of law, he feels particularly comfortable advising clients who come to us for advice in areas which may result in litigation, such as personal injuries.
A word about our founders
George F. Daly B.A. M.Econ.Sc Obit 13th June 1982
George Daly, the founder of the firm, was a barrister before he qualified as a solicitor. He brought to the practice expertise in the areas of labour relations and Court room advocacy. He lectured for a number of years in UCC and also worked in Geneva with the International Labour Organisation. His integrity and his commitment to his clients have had a lasting impact on the practice. He held a Masters degree in Economic Science. Sadly he passed away in June 1982.
Anne P.M. Daly B.Sc. M.Sc. Solicitor
Anne Daly, George’s wife, qualified as a solicitor in 1981 and joined her husband in the practice. Prior to qualifying, Anne worked in the practice since it’s opening in 1972.
Anne ran the practice as a sole practitioner from 1982 until being joined by her daughter Siobhán in 1993. Anne was very active in all areas of the practice but acquired a specialist knowledge in the drafting of Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney and Administration of Estates as well as all Probate matters. She also dealt with a number of family law cases and personal injuries cases and has an excellent success rate, in addition to dealing with all matters concerning the sale, purchase and lease of property. Anne retired in December 2015.