Arthur Cox is dedicated to retaining a presence in the very heart of Dublin city. From our office on the doorstep of St. Stephen's Green and Grafton Street we enjoy all the benefits of being located in the most sought after address in the city.
Dublin Office Map
In 2017 Arthur Cox is moving into our new, purpose-built office space. We have overseen each and every aspect of the design and build – ensuring that our new office will be the newest, most modern legal office space in Dublin. But, we’ll still be located right in the city centre.
Our Belfast office is located in the heart of the city centre. We are easily accessible and convenient to all amenities.
The Belfast office of Arthur Cox provides a full service offering and is recognised as one of the foremost Corporate and Commercial practices in Northern Ireland. With a total staff of over 80, the Belfast office has grown rapidly in recent years to meet the requirements of its national and international client base.
Belfast Office Map
Our London office is located in the middle of the city’s ‘legal’ district, near The Old Bailey, The Royal Courts of Justice and The Temple, and is convenient to many major transportation hubs.
The office advises on Irish law on a wide range of transactions involving Irish, UK and international business assets and clients. The office forms a key part of the firm’s international network and is in a position to draw on the wide range of specialist services available within the firm.
London Office Map
The main focus of the work in the New York office is in the inward investment area, primarily advising clients establishing or expanding their operations in Ireland.
New York Office
Our Silicon Valley Office is located in Mountain View, California. The office is a key aspect of our US presence and initiative.
From our Silicon Valley office, we advise on a wide range of Irish legal issues and corporate transactions of various kinds with a particular focus on assisting technology and life sciences companies in Silicon Valley to establish (by acquisition, investment or start-up), expand and maintain Irish based operations.