MacGinley Quinn Solicitors LLP is a family firm founded in 1951 by Patrick Quinn. In the early 1970’s Patrick Quinn’s daughter Adele Quinn, joined him in the practice. Patrick Quinn died in 1974 and Roger MacGinley joined the practice as a partner. Roger and Adele practiced together until Adele’s retirement in 2006 when Roger’s daughter Catherine MacGinley returned to the practice from Arthur Cox in Dublin.
Roger has been in practice as a solicitor for upwards of 40 years. He has a wealth of experience in a broad range of areas. In more recent years his practice has focussed on property, commercial and residential as well as probate and administration of estates. He also has a formidable reputation as an advocate and continues to practice in the areas of regulation, litigation and dispute resolution. Roger is a fellow of the Institute of Arbitrators. He holds a BA in History.
Catherine qualified as a solicitor in 1994 with this firm before moving to a medium sized practice in Dublin where she specialised in the defence of Personal Injury claims. Following that she worked in the largest firm in Ireland, specialising in the defence of Professional Negligence claims, Defamation and Liquor Licensing. Catherine returned to MacGinley Quinn Solicitors LLP in 2006. She has a wide range of experience in contentious litigation, family law, property, probate and estates. Catherine holds a BCL from UCD, a Diploma in Property Tax and a Certificate in Technology Law. She is a board member of Foscadh, a voluntary housing body. She is President of the County Louth Solicitors Bar Association and a member of the Guidance and Ethics Committee of the Law Society of Ireland.