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Dublin’s new ‘law quarter’ expands Back  
Another law firm, BCM Hanby Wallace, is set to move its operations to Dublin’s south docklands. The area already houses a number of large corporate law firms and is fast becoming the legal district of the financial services industry.

BCM Hanby Wallace has agreed in principle to relocate its head office to a new office building of 150,000 square feet at 2 Grand Canal Square in Dublin’s south docklands. The company will be vacating its offices on Harcourt Street, where it has been based since 2004, while also retaining a second location at 1 High Street.

Paul McGennis, managing partner at BCM Hanby Wallace, said, ‘We have continued to grow significantly over the past three years in terms of our business and staff numbers. This growth has been particularly notable in our property, corporate, financial services, and health services business units. I believe this move will meet both our expansion and business requirements and provide a great working environment for both staff and clients alike.

BCM Hanby Wallace are joining a number of other large legal firms by relocating to the South Docklands area. Mason Hayes & Curran became the first Irish law firm to move its headquarters to Dublin’s Grand Canal Quay area, and has since been followed by six other firms, Matheson Ormsby Prentice, McCann Fitzgerald, Dillon Eustace, Beauchamps, William Fry and now BCM Hanby Wallace.
Arthur Cox is one of the only firms that seems intent on staying in Dublin 2. The firm is looking for an enlarged headquarters, but looks set to take advantage of the two floors that will be added to its current location at the Earlsfort Centre.

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