BA, LLM, Dip Corporate Law and Governance.
Principal Solicitor & Notary Public
Joanne McInerney is the Principal Solicitor of Able Solicitors & Notary Public. Having qualified from the Law Society of Ireland in December 2004, Joanne was duly appointed as a Notary Public commissioned for life by the Chief Justice of Ireland in October 2010.
Compelled to create a unique Irish law firm with the values of client care at its core, Joanne has shaped Able Solicitors and Notary Public to work in conjunction with the professional legal services and solutions we provide to our clients. Having built and developed a strong private client department within Able Solicitors, a new corporate law department was developed to represent new and existing commercial clients and their businesses in the corporate world.
Joanne oversees the legal workings of all the practice areas within Able Solicitors, while also devoting a significant amount of time to research and practice in Human Rights.
Joanne McInerney has researched and written numerous papers and articles for the The Law Society of Ireland, University College Dublin and local newspapers on key areas of law and produced recommendations on legal practice.
Such Publications include;
- Dealing with the Death of a Charity- Editorial-Irish Times March 2012
- To Be or Not to Be Born?- Irelands position on Wrongful Birth and Wrongful Life Actions-Paper to the Law Society, December 2011
- The Impact of Counter-Terrorism Policies on Non-Profit and Charitable Organisations within Ireland, Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom and the consequent impact on the Fundraising Practises of Northern Irelands Terrorist Regimes-Paper on Non-Violence- University College Dublin, May 2012
- Regulation of the Healthcare Sector and its Medical Professionals; Can we Identify the Causes and Implement the Cures for these Ailing Healthcare Systems- Case studies of United States, United Kingdom & Ireland- University College Dublin, 2012
- Give me the Liberty to Know, to Utter and to Agrue Freely according to Conscious above all Liberties -The Defamation Act 2009 and the European Convention on Human Rights- University College Dublin, December 2012
- Respect your Elders-A study into the Human Rights Issues and Abuses affecting Older People living in Ireland today -University College Dublin May 2013
- Out of Mind, Out of Sight; Are the Human Rights of Ireland’s Mental Health Service Users being vindicated or violated, in relation to Detention and Medical Treatment under the Mental Health Act 2001, as amended and through current Irish laws and policies? -University College Dublin September 2013
Corporate & Finance
Niall McInerney CPA, AIMA has vast experience in Corporate law and specialises in company liquidation and solvency practice. Before joining Able Solicitors, Niall worked for many years a company director, company secretary and finance manager in numerous Irish and International companies. Niall provides a wealth of knowledge in his advices to our corporate clients and is a key member of our corporate law division.
MCIPD, MBS, BBS.
Tomás Ruane has over 8 years experience as an in-house HR practitioner and independent consultant, primarily within the aviation and energy sectors. Tomás’ experience in occupational safety, employment law, employee relations and EMEA HR ensures that he is well placed to advise clients on a wide range of employment matters.
Tomas specialises in the practice of energy resources for corporate clients in both the renewable and non-renewable sectors.