Niamh Moran Solicitor Mount Street Dublin 2 & Blanchardstown Dublin 15
Partner – Family Law specialist
Niamh is a highly experienced advocate who brings her personal values of ethics, honesty, and transparency to her practice as a lawyer. She has a particular interest in family law. She is highly regarded for her work in this area and is frequently recommended by colleagues for her specialisation in family law. Niamh also manages the Estate Planning or Property and Probate divisions of the practice. She is a regular contributor to print media and other communications.
Niamh qualified as a solicitor in 2001 and subsequently established her own practice in 2005 before merging to form Carmody Moran Solicitors in 2010. She is a member of the Mental Health Commission’s panel of chairpersons, a quasi-judicial role. Niamh has significant experience in working as a solicitor for vulnerable adults and their families in litigation matters, wills and probate, and future legal planning such as enduring powers of attorney (EPAs) and the new Assisted Decision Making legislation.
Niamh is the lead contact on our membership of the international AEA grouping. Carmody Moran Solicitors LLP is proud to be the sole Irish member of this dynamic grouping that enables Carmody Moran collaborate on cases with over 500 legal colleagues across Europe and the world to the benefit of our Irish-based and international clients.
2009 Trained collaborative lawyer
2005 Trained mental health lawyer
2003 – 2004 Diploma in Arbitration, University College Dublin
1999 – 2001 Professional and Advanced Courses, Law Society of Ireland
1995 – 1998 Bachelor of Civil Law Degree (Honours 2.1) University College Cork
2010 to date Tribunal Chairperson with the Mental Health Commission
2020 to 2022 Independent Appeals Officer Pobal (Early Childhood Years Scheme)
2010 to 2015 Member of the Advisory Committee to the State Claims Agency
2007 to 2011 Board Member, Legal Aid Board
Memberships and Affiliations
Dublin Solicitors Bar Association (D.B.S.A)
Medico-Legal Society of Ireland
Director with St. Michael’s House (2017 – 2021)
Chairperson of Board of Management Powerstown E.T.N.S. (2012 – 2015)