Aisling began her legal career with Lacey Solicitors in 2019, after attaining her degree in Law with Politics from Queen’s University Belfast. She undertook her training contract under the mastery of Terry Lacey and graduated with a Distinction from the Institute of Professional Legal Studies in 2022. Aisling was called to the Roll of Solicitors in Northern Ireland that same year, and she was admitted onto the Roll of Solicitors in the Republic of Ireland in 2023.

Aisling practices civil litigation across both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. With a strong foundation in legal principles and a commitment to client advocacy, Aisling brings a meticulous and strategic approach to her practice. A cornerstone of our personal injuries’ and road traffic accident departments, Aisling has established herself as a diligent and effective litigator, both in Plaintiff and Defence capacities. A familiar face in the District and Circuit Courts, Aisling has carriage of high-volume recovery matters for our Insurer clients. Aisling regularly assists the Partners in High Court cases, to include cases concerning catastrophic injuries and complex contract disputes. Adept at navigating the complexities of both jurisdictions, Aisling ensures that her clients in all capacities receive comprehensive and tailored legal advice and support.

Aisling is an active member of several legal associations, including The Law Society of Northern Ireland, The Law Society of Ireland and the Northern Ireland Young Solicitors’ Association (NIYSA), where she holds a committee position. Aisling acts as a mentor on the QUB Women in Law Programme, where she mentors and guides young women looking to enter and navigate the profession. These accolades qualify Aisling to support and guide the assistant solicitors, trainee solicitors and paralegals within the firm. Aisling is a fluent Irish speaker and is passionate in using the Irish language in the courtrooms across the length and breadth of the country.