Awards / Accolades
IRISH LAW AWARDS 2018 – WINNER OF ‘LEINSTER LAW FIRM OF THE YEAR’
Hanahoe and Hanahoe were delighted and honoured to win this award for the second year running.The Irish Law Awards is an annual event which is ‘designed to recognise excellence in the legal profession of Ireland’ Winning this award for the second time was a real testament to the hard work and dedication of our team and our commitment to our clients.
IRISH LAW AWARDS 2017 – WINNER OF ‘LEINSTER LAW FIRM OF THE YEAR’
IRISH LAW AWARDS 2018 – FINALIST OF LEINSTER SOLICITOR OF THE YEAR 2018 (LUKE HANAHOE MANAGING PARTNER)
Our Managing Partner Luke Hanahoe was honoured, as was the firm when he was nominated for the second year in a row for the prestigious award of ‘Leinster Solicitor of the Year’.
KILDARE CHAMBER SME (6-20 EMPLOYEES) BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARD 2017.
The Kildare Chamber Business Awards is an annual event designed to honour many of the outstanding businesses throughout the county.
It was an absolute privilege to be nominated for the ‘SME of the Year Award 6-20 Employees’. Hanahoe and Hanahoe was the first firm of solicitors in Kildare to be nominated in any category, for which the firm is very proud.
IRISH LAW AWARDS 2017 – FINALIST OF LEINSTER SOLICITOR OF THE YEAR 2018 (LUKE HANAHOE MANAGING PARTNER)
IRISH LAW AWARDS 2016 – FINALIST OF ‘LEINSTER PROVISIONAL LAW FIRM OF THE YEAR’ LUKE HANAHOE MANAGING PARTNER)
LUKE HANAHOE – VICE PRESIDENT OF KILDARE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Luke Hanahoe is an active member of Kildare Chamber and currently sits as Vice President. Luke is deeply committed to representing and advancing the interests of the business community throughout Kildare
BERNA HANAHOE PARTNER
Berna Hanahoe is a former President of the Kildare Bar Association. The Kildare Bar Association is a representational organisation which promotes the welfare and interests of the legal profession in the county. It was a privilege for Berna to be asked by her colleagues to be President of this great organisation.
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