Owen Binchy, B.C.L., LL.M.
After qualifying as a solicitor in 1971 and obtaining a Masters Degree in UCD, Owen Binchy returned to Charleville to join James Binchy & Son in 1972. While best known as a conveyancer, he also specialises in wills and probate, farm transfers and other areas of agricultural law.

Owen Binchy served a one year term (2004/5) as President of the Law Society Law Society, the representative body for solicitors. He has also served on the Conveyancing Committee of the Law Society, and is a former Chairman of that Committee. He has co-authored a textbook on Conveyancing Law, and he has lectured colleagues on this and other legal issues within the Law Society’s Continuing Professional Development Programme. He is a member of the Property Registration Authority formerly the Land Registry) Registration of Title Rules Committee. He has also served a three year term as a member of the Board of the Court Service.

 

Patrick McDonnell, B.C.L.
Patrick McDonnell specialises in civil litigation and conveyancing. He advises clients who may need to pursue or to defend a claim in Court, and provide professional support and advice throughout. He represents clients in the District and Circuit Courts in Limerick and Cork, as well as in the Superior Courts. He has many years experience of representing both plaintiffs and defendants in matters arising from personal injuries and road traffic accidents.
A native of Bruff, Co. Limerick, Patrick McDonnell qualified as a solicitor in 1978. He joined James Binchy & Son in December 1978.

 

Eimear Binchy
Eimear Binchy specialises in advising clients on all aspects of conveyancing practice, including residential property transactions and conveyances, site purchase and development, planning issues, mortgages and remortgages. Her practice area also includes the drafting of wills.

Eimear Binchy qualified as a solicitor in 1974 and began her legal career with the solicitor’s practice of her father, Michael O’Brien Kelly, in Limerick. In 1977 she joined the practice of her husband Owen Binchy, working also with her late father-in-law James Binchy. She has practised as a solicitor with James Binchy and Son since.

Eimear Binchy was a founder member of Charleville Chamber of Commerce.