Cormac Cawley is admitted as a solicitor in England & Wales, the Republic of Ireland (non-practising) and Northern Ireland (non-practising). Before re-locating to London in 1990 he had been in practice at the Irish Bar for 6 years. He has a lot of experience in dealing with matters which overlap the Irish, Northern Irish and British jurisdictions.
From 2010 until December 2013 he was an Adviser to a Commission of Investigation in the Republic of Ireland under the Commissions of Investigation Act 2004.
He receives instructions from Irish solicitors and barristers on cross border matters.
Examples of recent cases on which we acted:-
- Acting for borrower in dispute about recovery following financing of European Cross Border (Interreg) financing initiative for green energy project.
- Acting for Irish solicitors and barristers on cross border matters.
- Acting for the Irish parents of victims of serious brain injuries suffered in a UK RTA on the settlement of their claims which involved the Irish Wards of Court and the UK Court of Protection jurisdictions.