Ruaidhrí is a ‘home-grown’ Partner within the firm having first joined as a trainee solicitor and being elevated to Partner in 2022. He is the first new Partner within the firm since its inception in 2005.

After receiving his Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Legal Studies he then joined the firm as a qualified solicitor working primarily in Insurance Defence Litigation.

Ruaidhrí was admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in the Republic of Ireland in 2017 and now represents clients across the entire Island of Ireland.

With a workload consisting primarily of road traffic accidents for both Plaintiff and Defendant, Ruaidhri’s specialism lies firmly in the area of Credit Hire Litigation. Ruaidhrí speaks at CPD events in this area of law and provides training to insurance clients and solicitors alike.

Ruaidhrí’s caseload also consists of medical negligence actions and has had a number of high profile and notable cases over the years;

  • Acting for patients sexually assaulted by two doctors at Naas General Hospital, Kildare and appearing on “RTÉ Investigates – Abuse of Trust”, RTÉ One in relation to the matter. Read more
  • Acting on behalf of the family of a gentleman who died following treatment at Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast. Read More
  • Acting on behalf of the family of a lady who died following an ‘unnecessary’ surgery which was subsequently concealed by the hospital. Read More

Ruaidhri has had ties to a number of groups and organisations;

  • Elected as Chair of the Northern Ireland Young Solicitors’ Association (NIYSA).
  • A member of the ‘Law Tech Committee’ established by the Law Society which was created in response to a growing need to ensure solicitors are at the very centre of developments around Legal Technology.
  • He is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers(APIL) and a member of the Ulster Medico-Legal Association (UMLA).
  • He is a member of the Judicial Advisory Group ‘Vision 2030’ which was established by Lady Chief Justice The Right Honourable Dame Siobhan Keegan inform the design and development of the major programme of work to modernise courts over the next decade. The group is made up of judicial representatives from across all tiers and business as well as experts from the wider legal profession.