Claire McGee


Claire joined Gilshenan & Luton Legal Practice in 2015. She has experience representing professional clients such as public servants, doctors and nurses in misconduct/disciplinary matters.

Claire has assisted clients in a range of different matters including:

  • large-scale fraud;
  • commissions of inquiry;
  • domestic violence;
  • sexual assaults; and
  • drug related offences.

Claire has recently returned from a two-year hiatus in London, England where she gained invaluable experience practising in a boutique criminal law firm that specialised in the private prosecution of individuals. She also worked as an adjudicator at the Housing Ombudsman Service, determining disputes between social housing tenants and their landlord.

In her free time, Claire loves to travel, practice yoga and read.

Recent articles by Claire

Can I be a surety for someone applying for bail?

Can I be a surety for someone applying for bail?

A ‘surety’ is a person who pledges financial security to ensure the person charged complies with their bail undertaking and appears in court.
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