Conor's primary areas of practice are banking and finance, and property law, with a particular emphasis on the sale of distressed properties. He is experienced in carrying out security due diligence and providing advices on all aspects of perfection of security, work-out strategies, enforcement and receiverships.

Prior to joining AMOSS in 2014, Conor trained in a general practice and gained experience in a wide variety of areas, but with a particular focus on property law.  


  • Acts on behalf of lending institutions in respect of secured lending, including carrying out investigations of title and work-out strategies.
  • Performs comprehensive security reviews of property and loan portfolios.
  • Advises in relation to the appointment of receivers, including drafting deeds of appointment, sales by receivers and sales as mortgagee in possession.
  • Acts for private and corporate clients in the sale and purchase of commercial and residential properties.
  • Acts in the letting of commercial premises for both landlords and tenants.


  • B.A. History and Politics, University College Dublin, 2007.
  • M.A. History, University College Dublin, 2008.
  • Law Society of Ireland, admitted as a solicitor, 2014.


  • Law Society of Ireland
  • Dublin Solicitors’ Bar Association
  • Restructuring & Insolvency Ireland (formerly the Irish Society of Insolvency Practitioners)


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