Pinsent Masons to launch in Dublin with trio of partner hires
Firm becomes first international player to launch in Irish capital since Brexit vote
Pinsent Masons is to launch an office in Dublin, making it the first international law firm to launch in the Irish capital since last year’s Brexit vote.
The firm has hired three partners to open the new base: investment funds partner Gayle Bowen, who joins from Walkers; Mathesons outsourcing partner Andreas Carney; and corporate partner Dennis Agnew, who joins from local firm Byrne Wallace.
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