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Percy Exchange, 8-34 Percy Place, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, D04 P5K3, Ireland

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Ogier's team in Ireland 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's nearly 90-strong team, led by 14 partners, continues to develop its offering in Ireland with a growth plan that deepens the firm's thriving domestic capabilities and diversifies and extends its services to meet international and domestic client demand.

The original firm, Leman Solicitors, 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 2023, and for the sixth year running, the firm was named as a Great Place to Work Ireland in the Best Small Workplace category.

Ogier in Ireland

Ogier in Ireland is a full service commercial law firm specialising in Corporate, Real Estate, Dispute Resolution, Banking and Finance 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 nearly 90-strong team including over 50 lawyers recognised as experts in their respective fields, Ogier is ranked across its service lines in IFLR1000, Chambers Europe and Legal 500.

Sector focus

The firm's sector focus covers:

  • Technology

  • Fintech and payments

  • Life sciences

  • Real estate

  • Retail and leisure

  • Construction

  • Professional services

  • Financial services

Our core values

Traditionally, Leman Solicitors promoted bravery, excellence and humanity as our core company values, both in our service to our clients and our staff.

As Ogier in Ireland we retain the essence of these values in our service offering and in the way we treat each other as colleagues. As a firm we value work life balance, as well as legal expertise, and we recruit the best, hiring those who demonstrate intelligence, commercial awareness and personality.

Corporate social responsibility


Green Committee

Our Green Committee look after many of our CSR and green initiatives across the firm. The committee, made up of staff from all levels of seniority, have been instrumental in bringing about real and lasting change implemented firm-wide. Green practice is a core value of the firm and it is fundamental to how the business is run. Maintaining a green practice is an ongoing project and one to which Ogier is firmly committed to. Ogier strives to always be better and greener where it can be.

Recycling, re-use and waste minimisation

We were Ireland’s first paperless office and our continuing drive for efficiency and the avoidance of waste in our business management has been recognised with ISO9001 certification.

Our decision to go paperless means that we have significantly reduced our CO2 emissions and carbon footprint. The average lawyer can use anywhere between 20,000 to 100,000 pages of paper a year. By our calculations, by going paperless we save over 1 million pages of paper a year. That’s 50 trees!


We started composting by segregating food waste from the general and recycling wastes. This initiative is aimed at reducing the amount of food waste accumulated in the office, which ultimately ends up in landfills and produces methane emissions. Not only have we continued this initiative since its introduction, but we have expanded this measure to all businesses throughout the Ogier Group.

Battery bins 

Electrical waste is one of the fastest-growing waste streams in the world, with a record 53.6 million metric tonnes of electronic waste generated worldwide in 2019. In recognition of this issue, we introduced battery bins throughout the office to collect any depleted batteries. These batteries are then delivered to a local authority recycling centre to ensure they are disposed of in a safe manner.

Use of “green” suppliers or materials

In the last number of years, we have made significant changes to our suppliers and to the materials we use in the office. We source all supplies and materials from local and more environmentally conscious suppliers. By switching to local and ‘green’ suppliers, we have also reduced our carbon footprint significantly by no longer relying on international shipments.

Helping those in need

Since 2011 Ogier in Ireland has raised more than €250,000 for charities, each of which does very important work in our local and wider communities. Our Christmas Caroling and Ogier Leman Challenge are both key annual fundraising events and everyone in the firm participates enthusiastically each year.

Over the years we’ve assisted Together Academy, Aoibhneas, Pieta House, Irish Autism Action, Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind, Paralympics Ireland, Youth Suicide Prevention Ireland, The Samaritans, The Simon Community, Crumlin Children’s Hospital, Focus Ireland and the Marie Keating Foundation.

Ogier Leman Challenge 

For 2023’s Ogier Leman Challenge, our firm pulled together to raise money for Together Academy, with a suite of physical and sporting challenges that took place over one day.

In 2021, we focused on the area of mental health with our ‘Around the World in 80 days’ theme, travelling 40,000km virtually around the world to raise funds for Pieta, Dublin Samaritans, Aware and


Being involved in our local business and social community is truly important for us. We have always supported local business and are delighted to see their continuing success.

In 2021, we engaged in voluntary concepts such as Simon Soup Run, Prison Education, Irish Rule of Law, Calcutta Run, Darkness into Light, KIVA (the world’s first online lending platform), CoderDojo(volunteer-led, community-based computer programming clubs for young people), and ProBono work.

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.

Useful Links

IDA Ireland - Ireland's inward investment promotion agency
Central Bank of Ireland - The regulator of all financial institutions in Ireland

Great Place to Work Ireland, 2023

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Great Place to Work Ireland, 2022

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