• Immigration
  • Real Estate

Ciaran joined BOS London in November 2023 as a Paralegal. Whilst he primarily assists the Property department, Ciaran also has experience and regularly assists on Commercial, Family, Immigration, Litigation, and Probate matters.

Having over a year of legal experience working as a Paralegal at Gillen De Alwis Solicitors, Ciaran has been exposed to a multitude of legal issues and has shown his capability to repeatedly tackle tasks head on with a solution-based approach. He applies his existing knowledge and drive for personal development to ensure that his work is completed to meticulous standards in an efficient manner.

Ciaran is committed to providing tailored client care across his matters, which is reflected in the positive feedback received. A valuable member of the office, Ciaran has quickly assimilated into the BOS team, offering fresh perspectives and practicable resolutions.

Ciaran completed his LLB in at the University of Portsmouth and proceeded to complete his LPC at BPP. With a keen interest in Intellectual Property, Ciaran is keen to gain further experience within this sector and ultimately, specialise in the same.

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