Paralympics Ireland have announced a new partnership with Crowley Millar Solicitors. The deal will see the appointment of the IFSC based firm as Official Legal Advisors to Paralympics Ireland in an agreement that will run until December 2024 and will see Crowley Millar providing expert legal advice to Paralympics Ireland across a number of different areas including on commercial agreements and opportunities.
Crowley Millar were established in 1978 and have become one of the most respected law firms operating in Ireland. They specialise in Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Insurance, Probate & Succession, Property, Corporate law and Public Health & Administrative Law.
Paralympics Ireland CEO, Miriam Malone said ‘We are very pleased to welcome Crowley Millar to the Irish Paralympic family. It is a fantastic opportunity for Paralympics Ireland to be able to draw on the advice and experience of Crowley Millar. I am very much looking forward to working closely with our new legal advisors particularly in the build up to, and throughout, the Tokyo Paralympic Games.’
Speaking about the new partnership Hugh Millar, Managing Partner at Crowley Millar Solicitors said ‘We are delighted to be appointed legal advisors to Paralympics Ireland especially in this momentous Paralympic year leading up to Tokyo 2020. The enormous growth in participation in paralympic sport following the successes at London in 2012 and Rio in 2016 presents new and exciting challenges for Paralympics Ireland. Crowley Millar look forward to assisting Paralympics Ireland navigate the commercial opportunities presented by the Tokyo Paralympic Games and we hope, in some small way, to contribute to a successful Games for Paralympics Ireland.’