Solicitors for the Elderly Ireland

Solicitors for the Elderly Ireland is an independent national association of solicitors and barristers concerned with improving the availability and delivery of specialist legal advice to older and vulnerable people, their families and carers.

We are a part of Solicitors for the Elderly founded in the UK in 1999.

We strive to build on our member’s expertise through training, setting good practice standards and through our information network.

All our members agree to follow our code of conduct.

We aim to create a positive public awareness of the legal issues specific to older or vulnerable people and of their fundamental right to that specialist legal knowledge.

Committee 2016:

Chair: Margaret Walsh  -

Vice Chair: Anne Stephenson -

Treasurer: Edward O'Regan

Secretary: Anne Cunningham -  

Membership Secretary:  Orla O'Connell

Other Committee members: 

Paul Smyth,  Sarah Cox ,  Padraig Courtney, Una Burns, Nuala Casey, Aileen Curry, Maria Dillon 

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