Mr Darragh Connell

Profession

Barrister, Forum Chambers

Biography

Darragh deals with all aspects of commercial and banking law, including advising on contractual construction, transaction execution, guarantee disputes and financial product mis-selling (particularly interest rate derivatives). He has a busy commercial litigation practice regularly appearing in the High Court and County courts. Prior to joining Forum Chambers, Darragh was at 3PB and for two years prior he worked as a legal analyst in the Investment Banking Division of Goldman Sachs International in London. 

He holds a First Class Honours law degree from University College Dublin and he was the Swift MacNeill Scholar at the Honorable Society of the Kings Inns in 2008. Darragh also holds a Masters in Commercial Law from the University of Cambridge (Gonville and Caius College).

Areas of Practice

Banking and Finance
Commercial

Year Qualified

2009

Education

University of Cambridge
University College Dublin

Memberships

Bar of England and Wales
Bar of Republic of Ireland

Qualification

LL.M (Commercial)
Bachelor of Civil Law