Conor's primary areas of practice are banking, finance, and property law. He has extensive experience in acting for both lenders and borrowers in the provision of finance in commercial transactions. In addition, he acts for clients in carrying out security due diligence and providing advices on the perfection of security, work-out strategies, enforcement, receiverships and the sale of distressed properties.

Conor also acts for clients in all aspects of property law to include sales, purchases and leasing of commercial and residential properties.


  • Acts on behalf of lending institutions in respect of secured lending, including carrying out investigations of title and work-out strategies.
  • Advises corporates, partnerships and individuals in respect of obtaining finance, including development financing.
  • 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.
  • Certificate in Conveyancing and Property Law, Law Society of Ireland, 2014


  • Law Society of Ireland
  • Restructuring & Insolvency Ireland (formerly the Irish Society of Insolvency Practitioners)


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