Ogier's team in Ireland - Ogier Leman - came to market as a result of a merger with Dublin-based commercial law firm Leman Solicitors LLP in March 2022, resulting in a combined firm offering legal services to the Irish market including corporate, real estate, dispute resolution and employment, and an international network providing banking, corporate and funds services.

Ogier Leman's 52-strong team, led by nine partners, continues to develop its offering in Ireland with a growth plan that deepens Leman's thriving domestic capabilities and diversifies and extends its services to meet international and domestic client demand.

Ogier Leman was established in 2007 by partners John Hogan and Larry Fenelon with particular strengths in corporate, real estate, employment, financial services, dispute resolution and restructuring for Ireland-based clients. In 2022, and for the fifth year running, the firm was named as a Great Place to Work Ireland in the Best Small Workplace category.

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Ogier in Ireland

Ogier Leman is a full service commercial law firm specialising in Corporate, Real Estate, Dispute Resolution and Employment and Corporate Immigration law working with multinational businesses and major bluechip companies. Clients include many of the Fortune 500 and Ireland’s Top 100 Companies including the world’s leading technology providers, professional service firms and real estate businesses.

With a 50-strong team including 30 lawyers recognised as experts in their respective fields, Ogier Leman is ranked across its service lines in Chambers Europe and Legal 500.

Ogier Leman's sector focus covers

  • Technology
  • Fintech and payments
  • Life sciences
  • Real estate
  • Retail and leisure
  • Construction
  • Professional services
  • Financial services


Why Ireland?

Ireland has been named as the “best country for business” by a number of ranking publications over the years as well as Forbes. Ireland has long been a destination of choice for many foreign companies and this is due to a number of key factors, namely:

  • Our membership of the EU and the Euro
  • A pro-business environment and supportive regime for startups
  • A young, English speaking and well-educated workforce
  • Post-Brexit, Ireland is the only English speaking country in the EU
  • A common law jurisdiction with a strong legal system
  • A favourable low taxation system with a corporate tax rate of 12.5%
  • An extensive double taxation treaty arrangement

We advise international clients on all aspects of establishing in Ireland.