Maurice Power Solicitors was established in 1907 and since that time the firm has consolidated its presence in the Irish Legal sector, gaining a reputation for its skill in negotiating seminal rulings on behalf of a prestigious corporate and private client portfolio.
A combination of professionalism, pragmatism and commercial savvy are the tenets by which Maurice Power Solicitors develop relationships with and understanding of our clients. The firm is a results driven, cost focused practice, operating to the philosophy that client loyalty is the measure of our performance. The firm is extremely proud that a significant number of its clients have been with us for decades.
The firm’s expertise was recognised with the appointment of John J Power as Limerick County’s first State Solicitor in 1922. This distinction was also bestowed on Maurice Power who served as State Solicitor for Limerick County from 1940 to 1993 and John J. M. Power, currently Senior Partner with the firm, who served as State Solicitor for Limerick County from 1993 until his retirement in 1999.
Whilst the firm has always been a thriving general practice it has, unusually for a provincial firm, considerable and extensive experience in commercial law, particularly in Agri-business, Wind Energy and Bloodstock Industries. Such is the extent of the firm’s prowess in these areas that it has been regularly listed in the Agriculture and Corporate sectors of ‘the Legal 500 – Europe, Middle East & Africa’. More recently the firm has advised in relation to a number of large renewable energy projects.