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Fiona O Reilly

Fiona O’Reilly

Position: Senior Associate
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Phone: +353 1 2120464

Bio/Experience

 

Fiona is a Senior Associate with the Property Team at Sherwin O’Riordan. Fiona joined the firm in 2017 having previously worked with another firm specialising in law and tax services. Fiona is experienced in all aspects of commercial property and development projects including sales, leases, financing and acquisition. Fiona also advises receivers appointed by banks to act as agents managing the process from possession of the charged property through assets management and sale.

Fiona has extensive experience in drafting and negotiating commercial leases. She also works with colleagues providing support to our clients in terms of title reviews and due diligence reports for banks, receivers and liquidators. She places an emphasis on early identification of issues that may arise and working with clients to resolve them to ensure there are no impediments to the sale of the property.

Fiona qualified as a solicitor in Ireland in 2008 and has a Higher Diploma in Economic Science from National University of Ireland, Maynooth (2002) and a Bachelor of Arts, European Studies from University of Limerick (2000).

Memberships

  • Law Society of Ireland

Practice Areas

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74 Pembroke Road
Dublin 4
Ireland

Phone +353 1 663 2000
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