Caoimhe accepts instructions across the full range of real property and landlord and tenant litigation, as well as related commercial litigation.
Caoimhe has gained considerable experience of County Court, High Court and Tribunal advocacy and appears regularly in both trials and interim applications. She has been instructed in substantial trials in both the Chancery Division and Queen’s Bench Division. Recent cases include possession actions, forfeiture claims, mortgage disputes, 1954 Act renewals, service charge claims, boundary disputes and various land registration matters.
Caoimhe builds close working relationships with professional and lay clients and has already gained a loyal following, with clients ranging from individuals to large institutional lenders. In 2017, Caoimhe was the lucky recipient of a Pegasus Scholarship and spent three months working at the Crown Law Office of New Zealand. You can read about her Kiwi adventures here: https://keevagoeskiwi.wordpress.com.
Caoimhe welcomes all attempts to pronounce her name – but for the record, it’s “Keeva”. Outside of work, Caoimhe enjoys skiing, kayaking and adventurous holidays. At weekends, she can often be found performing at weddings and parties across the country with professional ceilidh band, Ceilidh Generation.