The Holmes O’Malley Sexton Solicitors scholarship prize is presented to Therese Madden, a fourth year Law and Accounting student. The prizegiving was held in the Millstream Common Room
The Law School was delighted to host a recent Holmes O’Malley Sexton Solicitors scholarship prize that was awarded to Therese Madden, a fourth year Law and Accounting student, who achieved the highest QCA results in her final year. The Limerick based firm has for many years now offered a very generous award to the final year law student who begins their final year with the highest marks. Holmes O’Malley Sexton are a leading Irish law firm in a complete range of commercial and personal legal services, and represent local, national and international corporate and private clients. They have a long standing relationship with the Law School, and generously fund scholarship prizes. A very generous prize of €2,500 was presented to Therese by Donal Creaton and Harry Fehilly, partners in the firm. The event was attended by Mr Justice Donald Binchy (High Court), Law School staff, solicitors from Holmes, O’Malley, Sexton, and Therese’s family and friends.
Pictured: Therese Madden with Donal Creaton, Holmes O'Malley Sexton and Professor Shane Kilcommins, School of Law, University of Limerick