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I initially qualified as a barrister in 2005. Having practiced commercial law at the Bar for three years, I moved to private practice and re-qualified as a solicitor (Ireland, 2009; UK, 2010). From 2011 until 2017, I spent time as in-house counsel in various multinational consultancies based in London, where I focused on combining law with technology to effectively manage high-profile disputes and investigations.  I returned to private practice in 2017.
Throughout my years of practice I have had a strong focus on end-to-end dispute resolution, holding expertise in eDisclosure/eDiscovery processes and best-practice procedures.
I speak regularly at events and deliver a variety of eDisclosure/eDiscovery-related seminars, particularly with respect to aligning eDisclosure technology to adequately correspond to the court rules of England and Wales, as well as International Arbitral body rules.
I hold a Bachelor of Civil Law Degree (National University of Ireland, Galway, 2003), a Master's Degree in International Law (TCD), and a Barrister-at-Law degree (King's Inns, 2005). In addition, I possess various eDisclosure and Privacy accreditations (CIPP/E). I am also an accredited mediator. In 2022, I was rated as a Thomson Reuters "Stand-Out Lawyer".

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Fiona is extremely knowledgeable and thorough. She is someone that will get the job done right and on time, she is a good leader, takes charges and coordinates with outside consultants, and is someone that will run with it, unlike others that you would have to nudge along or babysit.

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She is very responsive with communications. She's someone you can count on with a serious matter that you're dealing with, and I think she's also just a nice pleasant person to work with.

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