We are a progressive legal practice based in the village of Lucan in West Dublin with over twenty years experience.
We are a client focused and results driven firm. We are dedicated to providing a broad range of quality legal services to you on a one-to-one confidential basis. Our approach ensures that our clients’ legal affairs are dealt with in a thorough and professional manner.
Our hands-on and approachable style combined with a highly efficient, motivated and dedicated support staff have contributed to establishing us as an experienced and reputable firm. We pride ourselves on building long term relationships with our clients many of whom have been happy to recommend our services to others.
Our continuing emphasis on providing a quality legal service is matched with a reputation for providing expert advice on a variety of areas for both our private and commercial clients.
Our office facilities provide complimentary private parking for our clients while on consultation.
We are also fully wheelchair accessible with ramps and disabled bathrooms. A Dublin Bus stop on the road out side our office links directly with Dublin city centre along with other routes.
Under the direction of our Principal Declan J O' Connell, we provide a competent, confidential range of legal services to our developing client base.
Declan J. O'Connell
B.C.L., LL.M. (Hons), Dip.Not.L, F.N.P.I.
Solicitor, Notary Public, Commissioner for Oaths
Declan graduated with a BCL Degree from University College Cork. He gained considerable commercial experience working with Goldman Sachs International in London for three years. Qualifying as a Solicitor in 1992, Declan was awarded the Findlater Scholarship by the Law Society of Ireland as a commendation for his excellent overall performance. He graduated with a Master's Degree in Commercial Law LL.M. (Hons) from University College Dublin in 1994. He also holds a Certificate in the Legal Regulation of Corporate Finance from University College Dublin. Declan established his own practice in 1997 and was appointed as a Commissioner for Oaths by the President of the High Court in 1999. He is a practising Notary Public, appointed by the Chief Justice and President of the Supreme Court of Ireland and holds a Diploma in Notarial Law and practice.