Pinsent Masons appoints corporate partner Paul White in Dublin

14 Feb 2024 | 10:08 am |

Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has further expanded its transactional services group with the appointment of corporate partner Paul White to its Dublin office.

Paul joins from Irish law firm William Fry where he was previously head of William Fry’s US offices based in San Francisco. Paul has extensive experience advising international and Irish corporates on M&A, European expansion and investment. He has significant in-market expertise having worked in London, Dublin and San Francisco supporting cross border M&A and domestic Irish M&A mandates.

Paul is the second lateral hire to Pinsent Masons’ corporate team in Dublin this month. Robert Dever joined the firm on 1 February to lead and develop its tax law practice in Ireland.

Head of Pinsent Masons’ Dublin office, Ann Lalor said: "I am very pleased to welcome Paul to our thriving corporate practice in Dublin. His stellar reputation as a skilled corporate lawyer coupled with his international expertise complements our offering to clients in the Irish market and throughout our global network.”

Commenting on his move, Paul added: “I am looking forward to joining Pinsent Masons and becoming part of its accomplished corporate team in Ireland. The firm’s network throughout Europe and Asia-Pacific offers an excellent platform in which to grow relationships with clients on an international scale.” 

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