DWF is a global legal business, supplying services “not only to the global legal market but also providing complementary connected services to its clients. Its purpose is to transform legal services through its people for its clients using three principal strategic objectives: understanding its clients, engaging its people and doing things differently.
DWF Dublin launched a real estate practice at the end of 2016 “to support clients in the region and ensure the team is well-equipped to take advantage of the growing opportunities as a result of Brexit and Ireland's recovering economy”.
Ross Little, DWF Executive Partner in Dublin, said "With the fallout from Brexit, Dublin is expecting an influx of banks, financial institutions and corporates looking to set up operations in Ireland, as well as continued investment from US and other international firms that are choosing Ireland as their European base. Ireland is a key focus for DWF and these appointments are a vital part of our strategic growth plans to develop strong, commercially-focused service lines."