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Cork solicitors unveil new logo

Wednesday, 10th July, 2019 4:50pm

Martin A. Harvey & Co Solicitors have unveiled their new identity with an impressive sign which scales the side of their premises on George’s Quay. 

The firm was founded in 1936 by Martin A. Harvey, who was appointed state solicitor. The practice has since been passed down to his daughter, Etta Nagle and Martin A. Harvey - who is now the Cork City Sheriff as well as acting solicitor.

Commenting on the new logo, Martin A. Harvey said: “We are delighted to unveil our new identity and logo, which strikes the perfect balance between our historical past and our future. We are also proud to display our new logo so boldly on the side of our office overlooking the city.”

The announcement comes at a time of growth for the business. The firm recently welcomed solicitor Niamh Walsh to the team. Niamh is a graduate of UCC, having completed a BCL and LLM in 2009 and 2010 respectively. Niamh also holds a Diploma in Employment Law from the Law Society in Ireland.

Martin A. Harvey & Co. are specialists in compensation claims such as road traffic accidents, trip and fall cases, workplace accidents and fatal injury claims. A dynamic law firm, they also offer a full range of legal services including residential and commercial conveyancing, probate and wills, employment and family law.

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