Louise is an Associate Solicitor in our Commercial Property Department and is based in our Galway office.

Louise has extensive experience in advising property developers, lending institutions, receivers, ICAV’s, and investors on all aspects of complex commercial property transactions to include property management, acquisition, disposal and financing of commercial property in Ireland. Louise also advises on all property aspects of banking, corporate and commercial agreements. 

Experience

  • Advising a large commercial developer in the sale of three development sites in Ireland worth a combined value of circa €86m.
  • Acting for a client in the acquisition and subsequent disposal of a mixed use, fully let commercial property in Dublin city centre. Advising the client on all property management matters relating to that property during its period of ownership to include advising on a property management agreement with a student accommodation provider and granting various short term business letting agreements, leases and licences in respect of the building.  
  • Advising a prominent commercial developer on the complex refinance of its property portfolio which was comprised of a number of hotels, shopping centres, business parks, industrial park and development land with a market value of circa €650m.
  • Advising a REIT in its acquisition of a number of development sites and let city centre office blocks in Dublin. 

Contact Louise

+353 1 637 1575
lkearney@lkshields.ie

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  • B.A.
    National University of Ireland Galway
    2008
  • L.L.B
    National University of Ireland Galway
    2009
  • Admitted as a Solicitor in Ireland
    Law Society of Ireland
    2013
  • Admitted to the role of Solicitors in England & Wales (Non-Practising)
    Law Society of England & Wales
    2015
  • Certificate in Aviation Leasing and Finance
    Law Society of Ireland
    2017

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