Ciarán was admitted as a Solicitor in 2001 and was made a Partner in 2006.
He acted as a lead solicitor during the Bloody Sunday Inquiry where Madden & Finucane represented the majority of the deceased and wounded. Ciaran personally represented six of the families of the deceased and four of those wounded.
Michael graduated in Law from Queen’s University Belfast in 2002, was admitted as a Solicitor in 2006, and qualified as a Solicitor-Advocate in 2009.
Michael is a qualified solicitor-advocate specialising in criminal law. He represents clients throughout each stage of the criminal justice system, from clients under arrest in police stations, through to the Magistrates’ Court, Crown Court, High Court, and the Court of Appeal. He also regularly represents prisoners before the Parole Commissioners of Northern Ireland.
Fearghal graduated from Queen’s University Belfast in 1997 and joined Madden & Finucane in 1998, working extensively at the Bloody Sunday Inquiry, where Madden & Finucane represented ten of the families of those murdered on Bloody Sunday and several of the Wounded, as a Team Leader until the conclusion of the evidence in 2004.
Patrick is a criminal law specialist with broad experience since joining the firm in 2002. He retains a large client base and advises in all aspects of Criminal Law.
As a criminal defence solicitor, he has a wealth of experience in representing clients in high profile cases involving complex fraud, serious sexual offences and offences falling under the Terrorism Act.
Roisin graduated in 1991 from Queen’s University Belfast and was admitted as a Solicitor in 1994.
She has 20 years experience of advice and representation in the areas of family and children law and has a special interest in Children Order cases both public and private, protection from Domestic Violence, maintenance, divorce and financial settlements.