Admitted 2007

Medical Negligence*, Commercial Litigation, Family Law, Accredited Mediator

Telephone: 071 916 2032

Orlagh is an Associate Solicitor in our Medical Negligence Department.

She has advised on litigation at all levels .She has many years experience in General and Commercial Litigation. Having joined the Callan Tansey Medical Negligence Department in 2014 she has handled many high profile cases.

Orlagh has extensive experience in Family law having advised on all aspects of same.

She has experience in Debt recovery for both private and corporate clients.

Orlagh served her traineeship with CE Callan & Co (now Callan Tansey Solicitors) after joining the firm in April, 2007.

*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or charges as as percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.

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