Neil M BlaneyPrincipal
Neil, having completed his training at a Dublin city Law firm qualified in 1989, when he took up a position as an associate solicitor with a provincial law firm in Tullamore, Co. Offaly where he remained for three years. Over the course of the following two years he completed a Stage in the European Commission in Brussels and acted as consultant to a medium sized law firm in Brussels, Belgium. During this period he had the privilege to appear before the European Court based in Luxembourg in relation to a European Commission Enforcement case.
From 1993 to 1995 Neil worked on a variety of projects in the USA based in Seattle, Washington, primarily operating on behalf of Bank of America dealing with Bond issues which took him to many west coast and mid-western USA cities for extended periods
On his return to Ireland Neil set up his own practice in 1996 originally operating out of Howth, Co. Dublin before moving to the current premises in Portmarnock in 1999. The longest established practise in the area, he has provided legal services for upwards of 21 years to both the local community and clients further afield.
Neil has experience with working both in large firms/corporations as well as smaller and medium sized practises. His preference, however, has always been to operate on a one to one basis establishing a personal rapport with clients which remains his forte.
Janet McCormackLegal Secretary
Janet McCormack has worked for various Solicitors and she started with Desmond Mullaney & Co. in Malahide, almost forty years ago. She then moved to Gerard Scallan & O’Brien and worked there for one of the partners and her focus was mainly in the area of commercial law. During her time at the firm Janet also worked for other partners, covering litigation, conveyancing, probate, personal injury and family law. Janet has been working for Neil Blaney & Co. for over two decades and has amassed a wealth of experience in general law practice including conveyancing, probate, personal injury, family law and litigation.