A Progressive Firm, Talented People

At Howell & Co. we pride ourselves on providing the best expert legal advice in a friendly, jargon free atmosphere. From buying a house to personal injury claims, we have an expert who can help you.  We have offices in Clondalkin and now also an office in Rathgar and you can phone on 01 40 30 777 or contact us here and we will be glad to help.

We’re Better Because

  • We’re affordable and upfront about fees so there are no surprises.
  • Our experts are the best in their field. They’re also the friendliest
  • We care about our clients and our customer service is second to none
  • We have experts in a range of fields so you are in good hands.

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What our clients say

I would like to thank Howell & Co. for all their help with the purchase of our new home. They made the purchase stress free and were always quick to respond to our e-mails and calls/. They kept us up to date with any developments on the purchase. Thank you for all your help, we really appreciate all your hard work.

Clients - Brian & Claire C.

“I take great pleasure in recommending the legal services of Howell & Co. Solicitors. They display an extraordinary knowledge and competence in dealing with legal matters. Above all I appreciate their caring and personal approach. I would recommend Howell & Co. to any of my family and friends.”

Client - Jill S.

Reliable, efficient & very pleasant staff. Very good follow up on queries & phone calls. Good Solicitor Firm to do business with.

Client - John K.

“I regard Treasa Howell as a very hardworking, trustworthy, reliable person who in addition to her good understanding and appreciation of the variables and nuances of the law has retained a very good common-sense perspective on life, a quality that is invaluable to any practitioner”

Kieran, Dublin

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General Data Protection Regulation

New Data laws came into force in Ireland and Europe on the 25th May 2018.
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New Rules for Workplace Disputes

The Workplace Relations Act 2015 makes a number of changes to how workplace disputes are handled and to which bodies look after them. It aims to bring work done by a range of bodies under one umbrella. It takes over some of the roles of the Labour Relations Commission, the Equality Tribunal and the Employment Appeals Tribunal, among others. The new Workplace Relations Commission was established in October 2015 and one of its functions is to streamline services for people involved in workplace disputes.
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