Nature of practice and clients
Arthur Cox is one of Ireland's leading law firms. For over 90 years, it has been at the forefront of developments in the legal profession in Ireland. An international firm encompassing all aspects of corporate and business law, the firm has over 100 partners and a total staff of over 600 in offices in Dublin, Belfast, London, New York and Silicon Valley.
The firm provides a comprehensive service to a diverse international and domestic client base. Clients include multinational organisations, banks and financial institutions, government departments, state entities and new players in emerging industry sectors.
Arthur Cox was named Irish Law Firm of the Year at the Chambers Europe Awards for Excellence 2013, Best Firm in Ireland at the Europe Women in Business Law Awards 2013 and Ireland Law Firm of the Year 2013 by Who's Who Legal.
For the sixth consecutive year the firm was named Legal Adviser of the Year for Ireland 2012 by Financial Times/mergermarket, was named Ireland Tax Firm of the Year 2012 by International Tax Review and was awarded Republic of Ireland Law Firm of the Year 2012 at The Lawyer European Awards.
Arthur CoxEarlsfort CentreEarlsfort TerraceDublin 2IrelandT+353 1 618 0000F+353 1 618 0618
Capital House3 Upper Queen StreetBelfastBT1 6PUNorthern IrelandT+44 28 9023 0007F+44 28 9023 3464
12 Gough SquareLondonEC4A 3DWUnited KingdomT+44 207 832 0200F+44 207 832 0201
One Rockefeller Plaza15th FloorNew YorkNY 10020USAT+1 212 782 3294F+1 212 782 3295
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