Anne is our litigation partner with particular expertise in commercial litigation and insolvency law in addition to a very broad experience resulting from a wide range of cases involving breach of contract, negligence, family, employment and administration of estates, representing either Plaintiff or Defendant, private or corporate clients.
With an energetic but practical approach she concentrates on the solutions to problems, avoiding undue delay and expense, if possible.
Anne holds a law degree from Trinity College Dublin and qualified as a solicitor in 1983.
Alison leads our Probate and Trusts department qualifying as a solicitor in 1989 and becoming a partner in 1993.
With substantial experience in succession law, administration of estates and trusts, enduring powers of attorney, wills and tax planning, Alison also advises clients in relation to commercial conveyancing, commercial leases and debt recovery.
In addition to holding a law degree from Trinity College Dublin, Alison is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) and lectures on the STEP Diploma course in Wills Trusts & Estate Planning.
Emma became a partner of the firm in 2009. She specialises in advising clients in relation to all conveyancing and land law matters. Her practice areas include all aspects of property law, including residential, agricultural and commercial conveyancing, leases and letting agreements for all types of property, mortgages, rights of way, easements and wayleaves. Her clients include private individuals, corporate bodies, trusts and clubs.
Emma trained with Joynt & Crawford and was admitted as a solicitor in 2004, holding a law degree from Trinity College Dublin.
Paul is principally engaged in commercial litigation, debt recovery and realisation of security for both national and international clients. He has a wide range of litigation experience in the Circuit and High Court, as well as extensive knowledge of appeals to the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.
Paul holds a law degree from the National University of Ireland, Galway. He trained with Joynt & Crawford, qualified in 2009 and became a partner of the firm in 2019.
Darragh joined Joynt and Crawford as a trainee in 2009 and qualified in 2011.
Darragh practises primarily in the areas of debt collection, conveyancing and probate. He also has experience in commercial property and represents several clients in licensing matters.