Meet our Legal Team
One of our experienced solicitors would be delighted to help guide you through your legal issues.
Ronan Enright qualified as a solicitor in 2007. He received a Bachelor of Commerce degree from University College Cork and later went on to receive a Diploma in Commercial Litigation, a Diploma in Commercial Property, a Diploma in Employment Law and a Certificate in Technology Law from the Law Society of Ireland. He volunteers as a Mentor to start up companies on various accelerator programmes. Ronan is also a Practitioner of the Institute of Banking.
Amy Shine qualified as a Solicitor in 2005. She subsequently received a Diploma in Property Tax and a Diploma in Property Law and has recently been awarded a Masters in Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs.
Amy has extensive experience practising in the areas of Conveyancing, Probate, Wills and Estate Planning. Amy joined Ronan Enright Solicitors in 2022 to facilitate the continued growth of the firm.
Diarmaid Ó Catháin
Diarmaid Ó Catháin qualified as a Solicitor in 1981. He practised as a sole practitioner for over 40 years. Diarmaid’s firm, Diarmaid Ó Catháin Solicitor (formerly located in 30 South Terrace, Cork), merged with Ronan Enright Solicitors on 1st December 2022. Diarmaid acts as a Consultant for the merged firms.
Diarmaid has extensive experience in the areas of Conveyancing, Probate, Wills and Estate Planning, Landlord and Tenant Law, Trust Law, Charity Law, Employment Law and Litigation.
Clíona Ní Chatháin
Clíona Ní Chatháin qualified as a Solicitor in 2018. She is a member of the Law Society’s Clár na Gaeilge (Irish Language Register) and is an accredited Translator, having received the Seal of Accreditation for Translators issued by Foras na Gaeilge in conjunction with the Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs in the year 2016. Clíona also speaks French and German.
Clíona has experience in the areas of Conveyancing, Probate Wills and Estate Planning, Landlord and Tenant Law. Clíona joined Ronan Enright Solicitors following the merger of Diarmaid Ó Catháin Solicitor and Ronan Enright Solicitors on 1st December 2022.