Holmes O’Malley Sexton, Solicitors wins ‘Munster Provincial Law Firm of the Year 2014′ at the 3rd Annual Irish Law Awards 2014
Limerick and Dublin-based law firm, Holmes O’Malley Sexton Solicitors has welcomed the news that it has been announced as the winner of the ‘Munster Provincial Law Firm of the Year 2014’at the 3rd Annual Irish Law Awards, held on 2 May at the Four Seasons Hotel in Dublin. This annual event is designed to acknowledge and honour excellence in the legal profession in Ireland.
Nominated in no fewer than 5 categories at the Irish Law Awards, Holmes O’Malley Sexton Solicitors has once more succeeded in winning a top category award. The firm also won this award in 2012 and was a finalist in this as well as two other categories in 2013.
Speaking at the Awards ceremony, Mr. Harry Fehily, Managing Partner at Holmes O’Malley Sexton, said
“We are extremely proud to have won this prestigious award. At our firm, we continuously strive to deliver excellence in service and outstanding results for our clients and it is a great satisfaction to see these efforts being acknowledged. All of the nominations that we have achieved are most welcome and recognise the great effort and commitment to quality of all the staff in our firm. We would like to express our sincere thanks to the organisers of these Awards and in particular to the judging panel, chaired by Dr. Eamonn Hall, for their careful consideration and efforts and indeed for bestowing this significant honour upon us.”
The Irish Law Awards have proven to be a resounding success since the inaugural ceremony was held in 2012, and the 2014 ceremony was arguably the best yet. The purpose of the awards is to identify, honour and publicise outstanding achievements, whilst also recognising those who have dedicated their lives and careers to serving in the legal profession. Similar events have been held across Europe for many years, and this prestigious ceremony allows Irish legal professionals to be recognised alongside their international peers, thereby serving to enhance the reputation of the profession internationally.