- Bar of England & Wales
- Other Languages:
- Irish (Fluent)
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Fionnuala Ní Dhúgáin BL is a Dublin based barrister with a civil practice focused on chancery and commercial law.
After graduating with a degree in law from Trinity College (LLB(Hons)), Fionnuala studied at the King’s Inns, obtaining the Barrister-at-Law Degree before being called to the Bar of Ireland in 2005. She was later called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2013 where she is a member of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, one of four Inns of Court in London.
She specialises in all matters related to property, including landlord and tenant law, receiver injunctions, conveyancing, mortgages, trusts and probate. Fionnuala regularly represents clients before the Irish Courts in litigation relating to commercial leases, claims to new tenancies, the enforcement of contracts for the sale of land and Ground Rent applications in addition to providing specialised legal opinions.
She is experienced in the areas of banking and insolvency, where she regularly appears in the chancery list for financial institutions and receivers seeking to enforce mortgages or other securities. She also has a more general civil practice involving a variety of areas from commercial disputes to intellectual property.
Fionnuala is a member of the Probate Bar Association of Ireland and Cumann Barra na Gaeilge.
“Easements by Prescription – a Jumble of Rules from Time Immemorial”
Bar of Ireland, 6 July 2023
“An Dlí i dTaobh na mBeach sa Mheánaois” (The Law of Bees in the Middle Ages)
Cumann Barra na Gaeilge, 11 March 2023
“The Right to a New Tenancy and the Prohibition on Upward Only Rent Reviews in Commercial Leases”
The Dublin Solicitors Bar Association, 3 April 2019
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