Ms Lisa Carty > William Fry > Dublin, Ireland > Lawyer Profile

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Work Department

Litigation & Dispute Resolution.


Lisa Carty is a Partner in William Fry’s Litigation & Dispute Resolution Department, specialising in commercial litigation. Lisa acts and advises in a wide range of commercial cases with a particular emphasis on contractual disputes, financial services disputes, investment disputes, professional negligence and judicial reviews against public bodies. Lisa also acts and advises on regulatory matters and family law. Lisa regularly lectures and tutors to the Law School at the Law Society of Ireland on discovery and injunctions and co-authored a chapter on injunctions in a book entitled “Civil Litigation” published by Blackstone Press in association with The Law Society of Ireland.


Lisa is a member of the Dublin Solicitors Bar Association.

Lawyer Rankings

Ireland > Dispute resolution

(Leading individuals)

Lisa CartyWilliam Fry

William Fry‘s dispute resolution team handles a varied range of matters including breaches of contracts, professional negligence claims, regulatory issues, and contentious insolvencies. Practice head Owen O’Sullivan is a ‘great litigation tactician’ while Garrett Breen has represented clients before the Commercial Court and the Court of Justice of the European Union. Lisa Carty has a focus on disputes in the financial services sector, and Paul Convery‘s practice includes financial and insurance disputes. Laura Murdock is also noted.

Ireland > White-collar crime

(Leading individuals)

Lisa CartyWilliam Fry

William Fry acts for clients facing challenging allegations of white-collar crime including fraud, insider dealing, data breaches and money laundering. The team is a popular choice for clients from the the financial services industry. The practice is led by Owen O’Sullivan, who also leads the firm’s dispute resolution practice. Other key partners in the team include Lisa Carty, whose experience in advising financial sector clients includes assisting companies involved in a parliamentary banking inquiry. Garrett Breen is currently involved in a number of cross-border issues and Paul Convery is ‘innovative and practical’. Laura Murdock was promoted to partner in 2020.