Aisling joined Cantillons in 2015 having graduated with an Honours Bachelor in Civil Law (International) Degree from University College Cork. As part of this degree Aisling spent a year studying at Brooklyn Law School in New York where she gained an indelible insight into American legal principles, practice and procedure.
Prior to completing her traineeship with Cantillons, Aisling worked with a private client Immigration Law Firm in New York. Thereafter, she joined a large Corporate Law Firm in Dublin where she gained invaluable experience working in the EU, Competition and Public Procurement Department and the Employment Department working on both contentious and non-contentious matters.
Aisling previously worked in our General Litigation Department and was involved in a wide variety of cases including personal injury claims, road traffic accidents, accidents at work, contract disputes, employment disputes, claims against local authorities and claims against the HSE.
Aisling is currently working in our Medical Negligence Litigation Department and has experience working on various cases involving birth injuries, cancer misdiagnosis, surgical errors and fatal claims.
Honours Bachelor of Civil Law (International) Degree
Completed Law Society Professional Practice Courses at Blackhall Place, Dublin
In her free time Aisling likes to travel the world.
Aisling can be contacted at: email@example.com
Aisling Maher and Orla Kelly of the Medical Negligence acted on behalf of a lady who attended the Defendant Hospital, when she was 36 weeks pregnant with twins, complaining of tenderness in the right side of her abdomen, vomiting, severe pain in her abdomen, back and pelvis and constipation. No clear diagnosis was reached and […]Read More
Aisling Maher, Orla Kelly and Angela O’Donovan of the Medical Negligence team at Cantillons Solicitors acted for a gentleman who suffered life-changing injuries following the Defendant’s failure to recognise, diagnose and treat his acute symptoms of stroke on a timely basis. Consequently, he endured a prolonged hospital admission and suffers from ongoing limitations to which […]Read More