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Clodagh Gill is a Solicitor in our Employment/Litigation team.

Clodagh advises clients across a variety of contentious and non-contentious matters, including Contract of Employment, Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures, and Workplace Relations Commission and Labour Court proceedings.

Clodagh advices on Workplace Relations Commission cases involving non-profit organisations, which included claims relating to Unfair Dismissals, Payment of Wages, Equality and Discrimination, Terms and Conditions of Employment, and Hours of Work.
In addition, Clodagh advices on Mediations, Conciliations and Arbitrations, all of which ensure confidentiality and early resolution of disputes. Clodagh places value on ensuring that contentious situations are appropriately managed with consideration being given to alternative means of dispute resolution before matters reach litigation.

Clodagh also advises employers on non-contentious matters, Clodagh places a focus on preventative measures to help employers to manage risks to avoid litigation and ensure employers comply with their obligations.

Clodagh qualified as a solicitor in Ireland in 2017 and qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales in 2018. She holds a Bachelor of Corporate Law degree and an LLB degree from the National University of Ireland, Galway.

Memberships

  • Law Society of Ireland
  • Law Society of England and Wales

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"We simply cannot fault the service we receive from SOR. They have specialist solicitors in each area where we need advice and we’ve had contact with 4 different partners during the last 14 months, and the experience has been the same each time. Really really good."

Justin Cahill, Chairman, CMC Platform Financials

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74 Pembroke Road
Dublin 4
Ireland

Phone +353 1 663 2000
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