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Emer Gilvarry of Mason Hayes & Curran runs a 24/7 legal practice where new recruits are ‘genetically modified’ into the company way.

1st November, 2008

Emer Gilvarry of Mason Hayes & Curran runs a 24/7 legal practice where new recruits are ‘genetically modified’ into the company way.

The view from the upper floors of the Dublin office of law firm Mason Hayes & Curran offers varying snapshots of the capital city. From one window, there is a panoramic view stretching from Howth to Dun Laoghaire. Another window reveals Dublin’s burgeoning docklands.

All of the windows show a...

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