Aisling began her Solicitor’s traineeship with McMahon & Williams Solicitors in 2008. After qualifying in 2010, and following a year in practice, Aisling commenced a Masters (LL.M) in International and Comparative Disability Law & Policy at the National University of Ireland, Galway. The Masters Programme is aimed at applying legal knowledge to provide practical assistance to persons seeking to vindicate their rights. Among many subjects, Aisling’s study focused on international human rights law, equality law, inclusive education and mental health law. Aisling’s thesis was entitled:
From Rhetoric to Realisation: The Pursuit of an Effective Remedy for a Child with Special Educational Needs
Aisling continued to work throughout the course of the Masters and she graduated with First Class Honours. Aisling specialises in litigation and the Masters has enabled her to pursue her interests in the areas of personal injuries litigation, human rights law and disability law, including mental health law and inclusive education.