Limerick law firm Holmes O’Malley Sexton opens Cork office

Nick Rabbitts


Nick Rabbitts


Limerick law firm Holmes O'Malley Sexton opens Cork office

Partners John Ringrose, Robert Bourke, Sandra Egan with managing partner Harry Fehily, at the opening of Holmes O'Malley Sexton Solicitors Cork office on South Mall Picture: Darragh Kane

ONE of Limerick’s top law firms Holmes O’Malley Sexton has announced the opening of a Cork office, with ten new jobs to be created.

The new office, at South Mall, will add to the company’s offices at Bishopsgate in Limerick, as well as Dublin and London.

It’s anticipated the Leeside expansion will further consolidate Holmes O’Malley Sexton’s position in the litigation, commercial, insurance and corporate legal sectors in Ireland.

Speaking at the opening of the Cork office, managing partner Harry Fehily said: “Nationally we have a strong footprint of indigenous and multinational clients. Cork is an important base for our firm and where we already has a significant client base.

“With a very experienced team in the new Cork office, headed up by John Ringrose, Partner, we are positioned to deliver best in class legal services for business and corporates that serve local and international markets from this region.”

Ten new jobs will be created as a result of the opening of the office.

“We expect to increase headcount in the coming 18 months at the Cork practice, where new team members will work alongside our experienced and established firm partners from both the Dublin and Limerick offices,” said John Ringrose, partner, Holmes O’Malley Sexton.

Welcoming the jobs announcement, Tanaiste Simon Coveney, said: “Holmes O’Malley Sexton have a very strong reputation in Ireland and their presence in Cork will undoubtedly lead to more professional opportunities for graduates in the years ahead.”