Local solicitors Bernadette Barry & Co nominated for three Irish Law Awards

CLONDALKIN-based Bernadette Barry & Co have been nominated for three awards at the annual AIB Irish Law Awards for 2018.

Located on Monastery Road since 2010, the firm has been nominated in the categories for Dublin Sole Practitioner of the Year, Excellence in Marketing and Communication and also Leinster (including Dublin) Litigation Law Firm/Lawyer of the Year.

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The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on May 11.

Speaking about the nominations Bernadette Barry, who is from Ballyfermot, said: “We are really excited to have been nominated in three categories of these prestigious awards.

“As a small firm we have always tried to punch above our weight in terms of the service and the results that we deliver for our clients.

“To be listed as a nominee in these categories alongside some of the top firms in Ireland is a real honour. It is a lovely tribute to have our work publicly recognised in this way.”

About the firm

According to Bernadette, the company is “a small firm on a big mission” to change the negative public perception of solicitors and to regain their trust and respect.

By providing clients with an “exceptional client care experience” they hope to be remembered by them for all the right reasons. 

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Bernadette is a native of Ballyfermot and, proud to be local, is “committed” to serving her local Dublin West community.

Her husband Brian Doyle solicitor joins her in the practice and is from Coolock.

Both Brian and Bernadette run a voluntary lawcamp4kids which introduces the fun elements of law to young teenagers.

They are also planning to roll out a free legal advice clinic in the Ballyfermot Resource Centre once a week.

Check out their Facebook page Bernadette Barry Solicitors for updates on their community work.

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