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Eversheds Expands into Northern Ireland

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    Eversheds has announced the opening of a new office in Belfast to service business and public sector clients in Northern Ireland. This is Eversheds’ 11th office in the UK and its second on the island of Ireland.

    Led by Eversheds Partner and Belfast native Peter Curran*, the new Eversheds office will be based in the Scottish Provident Building, Donegall Square West, Belfast.

    Speaking about the new Belfast office, Peter Curran, said:

    “This increases the Eversheds footprint on the island of Ireland and in the UK, enabling us to service our clients in Northern Ireland and open up opportunities for them internationally through our 55 offices in 28 countries. We aim to build on the strong relationships we already have with clients in the province and to establish many new connections, offering them a unique blend of international legal experience and local expertise.”

    Alan Murphy, Managing Partner of Eversheds in Ireland and Chairman of Eversheds International, said:

    “Eversheds is a law firm that sets the standards for others to follow. Over the years we have led the way in changing the face of legal services and providing a service that meets the needs of contemporary businesses. Throughout Ireland and the UK, Eversheds works closely with many public and private sector organisations and we look forward to serving our clients in Northern Ireland in unique and innovative ways.”

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