Aisling Glynn - Solicitor

About Aisling Glynn

From the town of Kilrush, Aisling obtained her LL.B degree from the University of Limerick in 2007.  Aisling began her traineeship with McMahon & Williams Solicitors in 2008.  She qualified as a Solicitor in 2010.  In 2011, whilst working, Aisling completed an LL.M in International and Comparative Disability Law & Policy at NUI, Galway and graduated with first class honours.  In 2016 Aisling completed a Law Society Certificate Course in Decision-Making Capacity & Support following the signing into law of the Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Bill in January 2016.
Aisling has experience in many areas of law, but specialises in the area of personal injuries litigation including medical negligence.  Aisling has a particular interest in disability law and capacity law.  She specialises in enduring powers of attorney and Wills and in working with vulnerable clients, including those with intellectual disabilities and older people.
Aisling is chairperson of the West Clare Mental Health Association and is a member of Kilrush Tidy Towns Committee.  Aisling has volunteered as a Solicitor at the Disability Legal Information Clinic at the Centre for Disability Law & Policy at NUI Galway.  In 2017 Aisling was appointed to the Board of the National Disability Authority by the Minister for Justice and Equality.  In 2018, Aisling began writing a column as part of the ‘Platform’ series with the Irish Times.  The series was nominated in the campaigning journalism section of the Irish Journalism Awards in 2018.  Aisling was awarded the Cissie Roughan civil award in 2018.  In March 2019 Aisling received one of Ten Outstanding Young Person Awards at the Galway Junior Chamber Ireland awards and was one of the top three winners who will represent Galway at the National JCI Ireland TOYP awards in Dublin.

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