Monday September 21, 2020

Ireland's law firms are now firmly back in hiring mode

Prospects are now very bright for qualified Irish solicitors who were forced to emigrate during the lean years, writes Gareth Naughton.

22nd June, 2014
Sarah Kelly, partner and head of the legal division at The Panel Search & Selection: There is an appetite to hire' Picture: Feargal Ward

The legal sector is hiring again in earnest following a few lean years, after the profession took a serious hit when the property market crashed and burned.

Recruiters are reporting that both private practice and in-house recruitment are on the up across a range of areas, with property also making a return, albeit mainly on the commercial side.

Ireland’s law firms are growing again. According to figures compiled by the Law Society and published in...

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