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Galway Solicitor nominated for Irish Law Awards

Wednesday, 19th April, 2017 1:00am

Jason O’Sullivan, Solicitor and Public Affairs Consultant at Galway law firm J.O.S Solicitors, has been shortlisted as a finalist for the AIB Law Awards 2017 in the prestigious category of Connacht/Ulster Provincial Solicitor of the Year.

Now in its 6th year, these awards aim to identify, honour, and publicise outstanding achievements and recognise excellence in the Irish legal profession.

The awards ceremony will be held on Friday 12 May at the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin with RTE’s Miriam O’Callaghan hosting the illustrious event.

A former NUI Galway law student, Jason qualified as a solicitor in 2007 and practised for a number of years as an Associate Solicitor in Dublin, specialising in Employment Law, Commercial and Civil Litigation. Combining his skill and passion for law and politics, Jason then paved out a successful career in Public Affairs and Lobbying, before setting up his own law practice J.O.S Solicitors in 2015.

With offices in both Galway and Dublin, J.O.S Solicitors is innovative in its approach providing a selective offering of specialist legal services for business and private clients in the areas of Employment Law, Corporate Law, Commercial Litigation, Medical Negligence, Defamation and Personal Injury Litigation.

The firm also uniquely offers Public Affairs and Lobbying services at a local, national and European level.

Since establishing the firm, Jason has become a regular opinion writer on legal and political issues for the Irish Independent and the Journal.ie, as well as making regular media contributions and guest appearances on national TV and radio.

In addition, the firm is delighted to welcome a new member to its growing team, Solicitor and Public Affairs Consultant John Mitchell, who will be relocating from Brussels where he has worked in recent years as an advisor within the EPP group at the European Parliament and advocate on regulatory issues. As a qualified Solicitor, John also brings with him extensive legal experience in Employment Law, Banking, Commercial and Civil Litigation.

When asked about the much coveted nomination, Jason commented, “I am delighted with the award nomination and extremely proud of what the firm has achieved in the last two years since its establishment. I want to especially thank all of our valued clients and all of those who have supported the firm since 20I5.”

He continues, “We’re also delighted to be bringing John into the team and utilising his impressive experience which complements the ethos and specialist services of J.O.S Solicitors. We look forward to continuing to grow the firm and brand over the coming years in order to best serve our expanding client base both locally and nationally.”

If you would like to contact the firm, call their Galway office at 091-511460, email info@jossolicitors or go to www.jossolicitors.ie

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