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Helen O'Connell

Position: Partner 
Phone: +353 1 2120456 
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Bio/Experience

Helen is a Partner at SOR and is the Head of the commercial property department. 

Helen qualified in 1987 and has a BCL from University College Dublin. She has extensive experience extensive experience in commercial property law, advising on title, leasing, development, funding and construction issues. Helen's is a well respected commercial property solicitor and has a broad practice encompassing all aspects of commercial property work, including:

  • Property financing,
  • Landlord and tenant,
  • Development and asset management.
  • Acquisition and disposal of investment property portfolios
  • Negotiation of commercial leases for both landlords and tenants
  • Sale and leaseback transactions
  • Property related aspects of liquidations and receiverships.
  • Commercial Property aspects of commercial transactions, including the sale and purchase of companies in Ireland.

Memberships

  • Law Society of Ireland

Practice Areas

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Testimonials

"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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