Meet Our Solicitors

Emmanuel Morgan

Emmanuel qualified as a Solicitor in 1985 and was admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in 1987. He has over 25 years experience in law and in particular specialises in Criminal law, regularly appearing at Court in Belfast.

He also has an extensive experience and knowledge in various areas of law, such as Personal Injury Claims and Civil claims. He is also an Advanced Advocate, having completed the Advanced Advocacy course ran by the Law Society in 2007.

John Murphy

John qualified as a Solicitor in 1992. Having obtained a 2:1 in Law at Queen’s University, Belfast. Since qualification he has appeared in Criminal and Civil Courts on a daily basis. He would deal mainly with the Criminal Courts outside of Belfast, appearing regularly at Coleraine, Lisburn and Antrim to name but a few.

He also deals with civil litigation and in particular Road Traffic Accident Claims and indeed he has recently been involved in one of the largest ever settlements in Northern Ireland in this field.

Mr Murphy is also an Advanced Advocate, having completed the Advanced Advocacy course ran by the Law Society in 2008.

Shane Byrne

Shane studied Law at Queen’s University Belfast, graduating with a 2:1 in 2004. He also completed a Masters in Human Rights Law at Queen’s University Belfast in 2005. He was admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in 2007.

Shane joined the firm in early 2008 and since that time he has specialised in all aspects of criminal law representing clients at all levels of the Criminal Justice System. He has also developed a particular interest in the emerging field of Parole cases and hearings for sentenced prisoners. He also has extensive experience in Personal Litigation, representing clients in a wide range of cases.

Prior to joining the firm Shane worked in a busy Belfast firm where he completed his traineeship gaining valuable experience in Family and Employment Law.

Emmet Fox

Emmet studied Law at the University of Ulster, Jordanstown graduating with a 2:1 in 2015. He graduated from the Institute of Professional Legal Studies in 2017 and was admitted on to the Roll of Solicitors in 2018.

Emmet completed his Apprenticeship in a very busy matrimonial practice. He has acquired a vast amount of experience in all aspects of Family Law to include Divorce and Ancillary Relief, Children’s Order proceedings both public and private and domestic violence issues.

Emmet is aware that family issues are stressful and problematic and he will always ensure to provide a professional, caring and efficient service.