Alan Graham was a partner in Matheson Ormsby Prentice, Dublin, for over twenty years, and is a member of the Law Society of Ireland, and the Law Society of Northern Ireland.
He has had considerable involvement in youth work over the years, in the Scout Association of Ireland (as National Secretary), National Youth Council of Ireland (as President) and the Youth Forum of the European Union (as President).
He has been on the board of the National Children’s Hospital and the National Gallery of Ireland.
He is currently a Trustee of the Kildare Street and University Club, a member of the Board of Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin and the board of the Royal Irish Automobile Club.
Pamela Dunne has many years’ experience working in private practice, having trained with the firm and qualified as a solicitor in 2008.
She worked for a number of years as an in-house lawyer with The Coca-Cola Company before returning to private practice in A G Graham & Co.
Pamela’s main practice areas are property law and personal estate and tax planning. She has experience in many other areas of law, including employment law, corporate and commercial law, and litigation.
She holds a diploma from the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, and received a diploma in French Law from the University of Aix-en-Provence, France, as well as a Degree in Law with French Law from University College, Dublin.
Helen Doyle trained in a Dublin city centre firm and qualified as a solicitor in 2012. Since qualifying, Helen has worked in private practice with a focus on Commercial, IP and Property transactions. She also advises clients on litigation and employment matters.
She is a member of the Irish Centre for European Law, the Dublin Solicitor’s Bar Association, and the Law Society of Ireland.
Prior to qualifying as a solicitor, Helen completed a Masters in Music Business Management with distinction (incorporating IP Law) at the University of Westminster in London, and worked for over 15 years in business affairs departments of publishing and recording companies in London, New York and Dublin.
Helen is a board member of AdVIC, a charity run by volunteers to assist victims of crime.