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Ciara Fairley

Called 2011

Ciara Fairley
Regularly practises a broad range of agricultural, commercial and residential property law, including matters with professional negligence, insolvency and planning aspects. Strengths: "Provides sharp and tactically good advice." "All over the detail and also really responsive."Chambers and Partners UK Guide 2021 (Real Estate Litigation)
Known for her work in residential, commercial and agricultural property law matters. She has expertise handling landlord and tenant disputes and proprietary estoppel claims. Strengths: "She is extremely diligent." "She is extremely thorough, she has a very calming influence on clients in stressful situations and she has fantastic attention to detail."Chambers and Partners Guide 2021 (Agriculture & Rural Affairs)
"A highly analytical mind. Exceptional at cutting through enormous amounts of factual evidence. Great with clients. Very approachable and easy to work with."Legal 500 2021
"She is a talented advocate who fights hard for her client."Legal 500 2021 (Agriculture)
Regularly practises a broad range of agricultural, commercial and residential property law, including matters with professional negligence, insolvency and planning aspects. Strengths: "She is super bright and thinks on her feet." "An excellent barrister to work with who has great empathy with clients." "Very straight-talking and gives very clear advice." Recent work: Acted in a case regarding a complex application for relief from forfeiture for a long lease of commercial premises in a large shopping centre.Chambers and Partners UK Guide 2020 (Real Estate Litigation)
"She is very thorough and has great attention to detail."Legal 500 2020
Strengths: 'She is extremely bright and very hard-working." "A rising star.' Recent work: Acted in a two-day residential property trial involving a dispute over a service charge as to whether the tenants in question had acquired the right to manage the building." Chambers UK Guide 2019 (Real Estate Litigation)
"Regularly practices a broad range of agricultural, commercial and residential property law, including matters with professional negligence, insolvency and planning aspects. Strengths: 'Great in conference, user friendly and a good advocate who is a real safe pair of hands.' Recent work: Appeared in the Supreme Court in McDonald v McDonald, a case concerning the impact of human rights claims in cases involving private individuals." Chambers UK Guide 2018 (Real Estate Litigation)