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Corporate Social Responsibility

In February, we continued with our Lunch and Learn Series of Seminars which we hold in conjunction with the University of Limerick. The second seminar in the series was an Employment Law and Practice Update and covered topical issues in the 21st century workplace.

We also gave an employment law presentation on The Protected Disclosures Act 2014 and Data Protection Issues in the Workplace to the Shannon Chamber HR Forum on 12th February 2015. HOMS were also pleased to be the lead sponsor of the Shannon Chamber lunch event held at Dromoland Castle on 26th February 2015 at which the keynote speaker was   Martin Shanahan, Chief Executive of IDA Ireland.

Congratulations go to George Kennedy, Senior Associate Solicitor, who was elected to the Board of Directors of Limerick Chamber.

We are also pleased to announce that this year we are again sponsoring the Limerick Chamber Regional Business Awards 2015.

Charity initiatives included HOMS’ employees taking part in the Limerick Sports Partnership Blanket 5km Run Jog Walk. Wayne Finn, Senior Solicitor, took part in the Croagh Patrick Climb for Galway Hospice. Emma Brewer, Secretary, organised a coffee morning in aid of St Joseph’s Respite House, Ballysimon, Limerick. We also held a coffee morning to raise funds for the Lasallian Developing World Projects.

Junior Office Assistant, Hugh Creaton, was one of Seven UNICEF Ireland Youth Ambassadors who met with the UN Secretary General, Mr Ban Ki-Moon, to advocate for the protection of children’s rights.

 

charity soccer tournament

Charity Five Aside Soccer Tournament for St.Gabriel’s Centre, Dooradoyle, Limerick.

The HOMS team from left to right (top): Edward Kelly, Derek Walsh (Organiser), Padraic Hayes, Pat McInerney, Michael Murphy, (below): Tomas McDonagh, Frank Wall and Shane Costelloe.

 

The Holmes O’Malley Sexton Solicitors scholarship prize is presented to Marian Dino, a fourth year Law and Accounting student from left: Robert Bourke, Holmes O'Malley Sexton, Prof Paul McCutcheon, Vice President Academic & Registrar, Professor Shane Kilcommins, Head, School of Law, Donal Creaton, Holmes O'Malley Sexton and Harry Fehily, Holmes O'Malley Sexton held at Plassey House, UL. The Law School was delighted to host a recent Holmes O’Malley Sexton Solicitors scholarship prize that was awarded to Marian Dino, a fourth year Law and Accounting student, who achieved the highest QCA results in her final year. The Limerick based firm has for many years now offered a very generous award to the final year law student who begins their final year with the highest marks. Holmes O’Malley Sexton are a leading Irish law firm in a complete range of commercial and personal legal services, and represent local, national and international corporate and private clients. They have a long standing relationship with the Law School, and generously fund scholarship prizes. A very generous prize of €2,500 was presented to Marian by Donal Creaton, a partner in the firm. The event was attended by two high court judges Mr Justice McDermott and Mr Justice Binchy, Law School staff, solicitors from Holmes, O’Malley, Sexton, and Marian’s family and friends. Pic Sean Curtin Photo.

HOMS’ University of Limerick Scholarship

Left to Right: Robert Bourke (HOMS Partner), Paul McCutcheon (Vice President, UL), Marian Dino (Winning Student), Shane Kilcommins (Head of Law, UL), Donal Creaton (HOMS Partner) and Harry Fehily (HOMS Managing Partner)

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