Global Impact.

Carson McDowell is the law firm of choice for international companies doing business in Northern Ireland. With over 80 solicitors specialised across 23 key areas of expertise as well as in-depth sectoral knowledge, we are focussed on serving the Northern Irish requirements of international companies doing business here.

We have worked with international companies locating businesses here across a wide range of sectors including healthcare, technology, energy and financial services. International clients we have advised include CVS Caremark, McCloskey International, Credit Suisse, Seagate, Terex, Powerscreen International, Biffa, JP Morgan Chase, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi New York, Liberty Insurance and Finlay Hydrascreen.

With significant investment in technology and a dedicated team of over 80 solicitors we can meet the requirements of any international client across major time zones on a real time basis.

Our knowledge of Northern Irish law and the corporate and political structures is unparalleled ensuring we can provide seamless advice on any project being located in Northern Ireland.

Local Companies Doing Business Internationally

Carson McDowell is ideally placed to act for local clients who are doing business outside of Northern Ireland. Our strategic relationship with Mason Hayes and Curran in Dublin provides a seamless, all-island solution to clients requiring advice across both jurisdictions.

In addition, Carson McDowell has also been selected as a “preferred partner” by many leading UK based global law firms. This non-exclusive “partnering” approach with global law firms ensures we have the flexibility to work with the most appropriate and well-matched law firm on behalf of our clients requiring international advice.

Working with international lawyers from leading law firms on a project by project basis allows us to deliver first class international legal service which best serves the needs of the local client doing business globally. 

Clients we have worked with to deliver international advice to include Wrightbus, Chain Reaction Cycles Ltd, Cooneen and Watts, CDE Engineering Ltd, Camden Frames, University of Ulster and Independent News and Media.