Audrey Byrne is a solicitor who practices in commercial litigation. Audrey trained as a mediator in 2009 and has wide ranging experience in mediating all kinds of disputes, ranging from large scale litigation to family affairs.
mobile: 086 1709209
direct: 01 6119125
Brian McLoghlin is a company director, mediator and solicitor. His 40 years of experience as a lawyer has been mainly in the commercial field, in which he has worked both in-house and in private practice.
As a company director, Brian chairs a number of boards in the fields of insurance, property development, leisure and sport. He also serves on boards in the field of aircraft finance.
Recently he was asked to join the board of the Special Olympics Europe Foundation and the Limerick Civic Trust.
Some of his directorships have facilitated the resolution of disputes between shareholders. Brian began his career as a barrister but subsequently became a solicitor working in-house, including as Company Lawyer of Aer Lingus and as Group Secretary and Chief Legal Officer of GPA Group plc.
He was a consultant with McCann FitzGerald, Solicitors for ten years up to April of 2008. He has had considerable international experience, having worked with GPA in the US and the EU Commission in Brussels.
He was accredited as a mediator by the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR), London in 2005. He is on the Just Sports Ireland mediation panel.
mobile: 087 9237403
direct: 061 377137
Brian Murphy is a chartered accountant who has practiced for many years as a partner in O.J. Kilkenny & Co. During this time, Brian provided a range of specialist advices to a wide variety of clients many of whom were involved in the entertainment area.
More recently O.J. Kilkenny & Co merged with Mazars and Brian acts as a consultant to this firm continuing to provide advice to clients with increasing emphasis on the tax effective wealth management of their resources. Brian serves on a number of boards in Ireland and internationally representing his own and clients’ interests.
Brian continues to be a partner in O.J. Kilkenny & Co, London, a leading firm in London which specialises in the entertainment market.
Brian received a bachelor’s degree in commerce from Dublin University and is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland and a member of the Institute of Chartered accountants in England and Wales. He enjoys golf, reading and travel.
He is accredited as a mediator by the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR), London.
mobile: 087 2579989
Fergus is an experienced mediator. His work divides as between cases that relate to business and financial affairs and conflicts where the individual human dimension is more to the fore.
He has successfully mediated cases involving
• business and financial issues
• family and interpersonal disputes
• partnership and shareholder disputes
• employment and pensions
• harassment and abuse.
In the business arena he has worked with major concerns in the corporate sector as well as small and medium sized entities and individual entrepreneurs.
Mediations he has conducted involving private individuals have concerned consequences of breakdown of relationships, property, neighbourhood and planning issues.
He also has experience in working on conflicts within or with voluntary, charitable and religious bodies.
He is a founder member of ONE~resolve, having been accredited by the CEDR organisation in 2002. He is a contributing lecturer on the Law society Training course for mediators.
His previous career was that of a solicitor. He worked in the Semi-State environment as legal adviser to Aer Lingus, and then joined McCann FitzGerald, where he served as partner and chairman. He served eight years as a member of the RTE board.
He is a graduate of University College Dublin and of Harvard Law School.
Relevant Courses attended:
Centre for Effective Resolution (CEDR), London
– accreditation as a mediator
Mediation and Training Alternatives (MATA), London
– master classes
– advanced mediator training
Institute of Pyschosynthesis and Transpersonal Theory, Dublin
mobile: 086 242 8540
Gerry delivers professional mediation training and provides a mediation service through her company O’Sullivan Solutions (www.osullivansolutions.ie). She has been working in the area of facilitation and conflict for nearly 30 years.
Gerry is certified in organizational and workplace mediation, community mediation, civil and commercial mediation and in separating couples mediation. Her expertise is in working with disputes with a high emotional content, such as clerical sexual abuse, medical negligence, family and community disputes.
Mediation Training Delivery
Gerry has delivered conflict and mediation training internationally with Lawyers Without Borders, in partnership with the director of training from CEDR, and she is also an externally employed trainer with CEDR U.K. She was involved in the development of the mediation programme to be delivered through the faculty of law in Griffith College and is a senior lecturer on that programme and has also delivered mediation training for the University of Limerick’s, “Masters in Peace and Development” programme. She delivers MII accredited and certified mediation training on a twice-yearly basis – www.osullivansolutions.ie
Community and Voluntary Sector
Gerry has worked for nearly 30 years in the community and voluntary sector as a consultant, a researcher and a facilitator undertaking contracts for the development, implementation and evaluation of projects. Her contacts have come from government departments, local authorities, statutory agencies and community projects and have included a wide range of social exclusion such disability, asylum seekers, lesbian/gay projects, Traveller organisations etc.
Gerry has volunteered in Israel/Palestine, Cuba, Serbia and Northern Ireland. She trained in “Systemic Peacebuilding, Conflict Transformation and Post-War Recovery and Reconciliation” with the Peace Action Training and Research Institute of Romania (PATRIR) and is she is now an associate with their Department of Peace Operations (DPO). She has trained in Inter-Community Mediation in Post-Conflict countries and in the Evaluation and Assessment of Peace Interventions
Hannah Carney is a solicitor, an independent business consultant and a mediator. She has 15 years experience in the professional and corporate world and was a Partner with McCann FitzGerald.
Hannah was admitted to practise law in Ireland in 1992 and in NSW Australia, in 1996. She practised as a commercial litigator in both jurisdictions. Hannah became interested in mediation in Australia where she saw the mediation process being successfully utilised to resolve a number of significant and difficult disputes.
Hannah moved into the world of professional and leadership development in 2001. She founded Hannah Carney and Associates in 2007 to offer individual and organisational development interventions, through a range of coaching, facilitated strategic planning; and, skills development workshops and offerings.
Hannah is accredited as a Mediator by the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution, London (CEDR). She is also an accredited Business and Executive Coach and a qualified user of the MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator) leadership profiling tool, which she uses in her work with individuals and groups.
Hannah speaks regularly in the Law Society of Ireland and has developed a number of training initiatives for the Law Society.
mobile: 085 756 64 74
direct: 01 853 59 55
Judith offers mediation for disputes with a highly emotional component. Her previous working experience has been in the area of visual communication and localization for several renowned companies, translation and language teaching (Trinity College Dublin), and in running her own business. She now works as an intercultural communication consultant (www.crosscultural-communication.com).
She speaks fluent German, English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and French. She is particularly interested in disputes that involve parties of different nationalities and, more generally, conflicts of intercultural nature. Having lived in a variety of countries in Latin America and Europe, and worked with clients from different nationalities, including Japanese, she is very aware of the propensities for dispute and misunderstanding that arise due to cultural differences and linguistic barriers. She strongly believes in the benefit of offering parties in conflict the possibility to express themselves in their own language, and of being understood in terms of the worldview and values they hold due to their cultural background. She has published on psycholinguistic factors that affect people in cross-cultural conflict situations.
Judith is accredited by the School of Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology in Regent’s College, London. Through the knowledge she has gained as to emotional and psychological factors, and having attended several stillness courses, she believes in the importance of presence and healing when dealing with conflict. Her work in facilitating communication between parties involves creative approaches.
She has a Master’s Degree in Intercultural Studies.
She is a board member as well as member of the expert panel for Intercultural Mediation at the Austrian Mediation Association (ÖBM).
Since 2014 she is a member of the European Cultural Parliament.
Her personal interests lie in travelling, music and art, and she is a great nature and animal lover.
Mary Gleeson is a Solicitor with more than 30 years experience practicing in Financial Services. In her former role, she focussed on legal and regulatory governance and provided strategic advice in relation to resolution of disputes and risk management. She understands the need to resolve issues in a timely and effective manner. She is a trained mediator and co-mediates in the area of commercial, family and community disputes. You may contact her directly at contact:
Michael is a solicitor with over 27 years experience in practice as a commercial lawyer who during the last 15 years has undertaken international legal consultancy projects with organisations such as the World Bank, UNIDO and the European Community.
Michael graduated from Trinity College Dublin (BBs, BA, LLB). He was a partner in Matheson Ormsby Prentice, 1975 – 2004, and is now a Consultant with the same firm.
In 2005 – 2006 Michael was President of the Law Society of Ireland, and is still a member of the Council of the Law Society. From 2004 – 2009 he was the Irish delegate to the Confederation of European Bars (“CCBE”).
In 2007 Michael trained as a Mediator with both ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) and CEDR (Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution). Michael has mediated in commercial and other disputes. He works as a co-mediator with Jim Brophy, another One Resolve member.
direct: 01-232 2000 / 01-280 5522
mobile: 086 2429 609
Pearse is principal solicitor with Pearse Mehigan & Co. Solicitors (http://pearsemehigan.com) with over 30 years’ experience of practice. He has acted for a number of the country’s leading insurers and, more recently, has been involved in representing victims of sexual abuse. Pearse is a CEDR-accredited mediator and has successfully brought resolution to a number of difficult and challenging cases involving victims of childhood sexual abuse.