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About SOR Solicitors

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Welcome to Our New Recruits!

Sherwin O’Riordan Solicitors are delighted to welcome a new solicitors to our team. Elaine McNally will enable us to expand and further enrich our firm’s litigation department. In particular, both our new recruits are experienced in advising members of An Garda Síochána.

Elaine McNally joined Sherwin O’Riordan Solicitors in 2015. With over ten years of professional experience, she has a particular interest in civil litigation and personal injury litigation.

In addition, she has significant experience with family law, probate and wills, administrative law and debt recovery.

For more information on our services, contact us now via our online contact form or give us a call today on +353 1 513 7318.

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