Three A&L Goodbody partners are the only Irish lawyers to be named 'Global Elite Thought Leaders 2020' by Who's Who Legal in their respective areas of expertise.Corporate & M&A
We have moved to remote working arrangements in response to COVID-19.
Together we are facing difficult and unprecedented times. We are all trying to navigate the challenges posed by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). In developing our plans at ALG, we have sought to strike a balance between our need to continue to provide quality client service, with measures designed to protect the health and safety of everyone concerned.All
Our Belfast office was thrilled to claim four awards at the recent Insider Northern Ireland Dealmaker Awards, held at the Europa Hotel in the city. Now in their tenth year, the Dealmaker Awards recognise the leading professional advisory firms and funders in Northern Ireland and some of the best deals in which they were involved.
One of our senior partners and former Chairperson, Catherine Duffy, last night received the prestigious Praeses Elit award from Trinity College Law Society.
A&L Goodbody was awarded Best Diversity Initiative at the Managing Partner Forum (MPF) Awards in London. The MPF awards celebrate excellence in management and strategy in professional services firms across Europe.
Our Belfast office recently advised Greencoat UK Wind on its acquisition of the Slieve Divena II wind farm from SSE Renewables – the seventh wind farm we have purchased for Greencoat in the last six years.Belfast
The annual UCD Student Legal Convention explores the future of law with industry experts.
Our Belfast office has, for the sixth consecutive year, been ranked as the leading legal advisor by value of total M&A deals transacted in Northern Ireland in 2019. Our Corporate team in Belfast advised on deals totalling over £6 billion from 2014-2019.Belfast
Our Belfast office was thrilled to be named ‘Business of the Year’ at the 2020 Allianz Arts & Business NI Awards at the Belfast’s Lyric Theatre.Belfast
We are very proud of our first group of graduates from the ALG Masters in the Business of Law.All
The Summit, saw 600 corporate counsel, risk and compliance professionals, executives and directors hear Ireland's most senior regulators and law enforcers discussing regulatory and enforcement priorities.