We are global.

We know that the market for legal services is global as well as local, which is why we have offices in London and San Francisco.

Philip Lee is the sole Irish member of Multilaw, a consortium network of over 90 member firms worldwide and ranked by Chambers Global as an ‘Elite’ international network of law firms.

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Our Global Reach

Building trusted relationships across the Globe. We connect you with over 11,000 lawyers in 100 countries. Ireland acts as a gateway for many businesses seeking to expand into Europe, or from the Middle and Far East into the US. We know that the market for legal services is global as well as local, which is why we have offices in Dublin, London, San Francisco and international desks for Germany, France and Canada.

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Representing Ireland

“In cross-border business, the further you go, the less you know, and the more you need trust in the people you work with.”

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The firm works closely with peers and clients based in the UK. In 2018 we made a strategic decision to open a London office to offer a wider range of services, build closer relationships and to address the changing landscape in light of Brexit. The 30th floor of the Leadenhall Building is now home to a team of our lawyers. Spearheaded by partners Andrew Tzialli and Bernard McEvoy, our London office provides a comprehensive service to a range of private sector clients to address all of their legal requirements in every specialist area.

The firm’s San Francisco office has the resources to provide on-the-spot advice to companies investing in and expanding to the US, or on foreign direct investment in Europe. In recognition of the strong growth in the firm in the areas of life sciences and technology, we were one of the first Irish law firms to have a US presence on the west coast. Our office in San Francisco provides on-the-spot advice if your company is investing in and expanding to the US, or if you need advice on foreign direct investment in Europe.