Personal Injuries, Medical Negligence, Family Law, Employment Law
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A qualified Barrister, Mary practised in Dublin and on the Midland Circuit, specialising in personal injuries, medical negligence, family law and employment law. Mary is a skilled and experienced advocate and has represented clients in all the courts of the land.
Mary was an active member of the board of the Sligo Volunteer Centre. She advised on all aspect of corporate governance and compliance with both the CRO and the Charities Regulatory Authority.
A native of Sligo, Mary is also a qualified Mediator. She holds honours degrees from NUIG and a post graduate certification in conflict resolution and mediation.
CASES OF NOTE
Letterkenny University Hospital has apologised in the High Court to a man whose leg had to be amputated ….Read more
Sorcha O’Malley suffered from anorexia nervosa her entire adult life until her death on October 17, 2016.Read more
The top reasons for suing in medical negligence cases were to know what happened and why it happened, out of concern that nobody else would have to go through the same circumstances..Read more
New initiative announced by law firm Callan Tansey and the International Medical Protection Society to keep medical cases out of the Irish courts system.Read more
Listen back to Roger Murray on Newstalk – The Hard Shoulder on 23 July show at 16:00 Part 1 (30 mins in).Read more
The family of an 82-year-old man who died after being admitted to Mayo General Hospital following a traffic collision four years ago have said they have been tormented every day…..Read more
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RECENT BLOG POSTS
The Personal Injuries Commission (PIC), has published its Second and Final Report.
Our Johan Verbruggen spoke on The Keith Finnegan Show, Galway Bay, on Medical Negligence & the Audiology Scandal The Keith Finnegan Show
We have reached a watershed moment in the history of this country’s health system. The tragic circumstances of Vicky Phelan’s diagnosis with cervical cancer are becoming more disturbing, as new information is revealed.