Seamus Roe & Co.
Seamus Roe has almost 30+ years experience as a solicitor having qualified in 1993. He obtained an Honours LLB degree in Law from Trinity College Dublin in 1989 and subsequently studied at the Law Society of Ireland where he obtained his professional qualification. During that course, he was awarded the John Jermyn Prize in Probate Practice
(wills and administration of estates).
In his professional career, he initially worked in one of the largest law firms in Dublin, gaining experience in the commercial and insolvency law areas. He then was employed for eight years in a Dublin firm specialising in the areas of personal injuries and debt collection. In 2001, he founded Seamus Roe & Co. Solicitors. He has also been awarded a Diploma in Property Tax from the Law Society of Ireland.
Outside of work, Seamus has a particular interest in local history and is currently the Secretary of the County Louth Archaeological and Historical Society.