Solicitors in Ireland are represented and regulated by the Law Society of Ireland and are involved in most (if not all) areas of civic and commercial life. There are however, many kinds of Solicitor and some practice in a broad range of practice areas and others in specialised areas. Some of the areas a Solicitor can Practice in include: Corporate, Commercial, IT/IP, Data Protection, Probate, Conveyancing, Commercial Property, Banking, Debt Recovery, Family, Criminal, Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Financial Regulatory, Funds, Derivatives, Capital Markets, Telecoms, Pensions, Employment, Energy, Healthcare, Housing, Competition Law, EU Law, Environment and Planning, Insolvency, Procurement, Construction, Projects, Aviation and Asset Finance, Tax, Insurance and many more.
County Meath is just north of Dublin, in eastern Ireland. It’s known for its archaeological sites, especially Brú na Bóinne, in the Boyne Valley.