Meet the Team

FDO

Julie Faverie

Trainee Solicitor
Practice Areas

Julie graduated from University of Nice (France) where she obtained a Master Degree in Private Law. She then successfully passed her exams to enter the Regional Centre for Professional training for Lawyers in Marseille where she trained to become a French Solicitor.

She obtained her certificate of aptitude for the profession of lawyer (certificat d'aptitude à la profession d'avocat) and qualified as a French Solicitor in November 2014.

Julie gained extensive experience in French law by working in general practices in France and French Polynesia where she was responsible for drafting submissions, preparing briefs, conducting research and providing advice, corresponding with clients, conducting meetings with clients and assisting the running of a court action. Julie also worked in a Bank for several months and in the Tribunal and Court of Appeal of Tahiti.

After spending a year travelling in New-Zealand, Julie decided to extend her legal knowledge and to undertake a full training with the Law Society of Ireland. In June 2017, she completed the professional practice courses 1 and 2. Julie joined the Firm as trainee in July 2017 and will qualify as an Irish solicitor in 2018.

She is working with the aviation, commercial and corporate team. Since she started with the Firm, Julie has been involved alongside senior colleagues in a number of corporate and commercial transactions, cross border aviation leasing transactions, in addition to drafting documents, preparing and filing company secretarial documentation.

Julie Faverie

Trainee Solicitor
Practice Areas

Julie graduated from University of Nice (France) where she obtained a Master Degree in Private Law. She then successfully passed her exams to enter the Regional Centre for Professional training for Lawyers in Marseille where she trained to become a French Solicitor.

She obtained her certificate of aptitude for the profession of lawyer (certificat d'aptitude à la profession d'avocat) and qualified as a French Solicitor in November 2014.

Julie gained extensive experience in French law by working in general practices in France and French Polynesia where she was responsible for drafting submissions, preparing briefs, conducting research and providing advice, corresponding with clients, conducting meetings with clients and assisting the running of a court action. Julie also worked in a Bank for several months and in the Tribunal and Court of Appeal of Tahiti.

After spending a year travelling in New-Zealand, Julie decided to extend her legal knowledge and to undertake a full training with the Law Society of Ireland. In June 2017, she completed the professional practice courses 1 and 2. Julie joined the Firm as trainee in July 2017 and will qualify as an Irish solicitor in 2018.

She is working with the aviation, commercial and corporate team. Since she started with the Firm, Julie has been involved alongside senior colleagues in a number of corporate and commercial transactions, cross border aviation leasing transactions, in addition to drafting documents, preparing and filing company secretarial documentation.