Arthur Cox LLP focuses on attracting, developing and retaining the best and brightest legal talent. Our people are experts in their fields and we have the depth of resources across all practice areas to provide unrivaled quality of legal service.
Our practice encompasses all aspects of corporate and business law. We deliver the full range of services which apply to corporate transactions, working with multi-disciplinary teams of lawyers from our specialist groups ensuring a quality, multi-faceted and seamless service for our clients.
ESG considerations have risen to the top of the agenda for investors and business concerned about sustainability and doing business responsibly. Our dedicate multi-disciplinary ESG lawyers work seamlessly together to assist clients with the identification and integration of ESG priorities at all levels of their business.
We know that our clients operate in a constantly evolving commercial environment. Our knowledge resources allow us to share our clients. Guiding them through complex legal issues and supporting them to achieve their goals.
Arthur Cox LLP is one of Ireland's leading law firms. For over 100 years, we have led the way in the legal field in Ireland. A career with Arthur Cox is exciting, challenging, interesting, varied, and demanding.
When you join Arthur Cox, you will work with lawyers who are the Irish leaders in commercial law. You will work on the largest, most complex and innovative transactions in Ireland and become part of a team of highly respected experts.
Arthur Cox LLP is one of Ireland's leading law firms. We are an "all-island" firm with offices in London, New York, and San Francisco. Our practice encompasses all aspects of corporate and business law.
As part of their continuing work to showcase some of the historical material in their archives, the UCD Cultural Heritage Collections blog has posted an insightful article about our firm's founder, Arthur Cox.
In the latest episode from our new Company Law: Back to Basics podcast series Tom Courtney, Aisling Carey and I discuss some of the issues frequently encountered in relation to director and shareholder meetings.