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Rory Fitzgerald is a lawyer with experience working in the UK, Ireland and internationally. He also has substantial communications, business and media experience.

About Rory

Rory's work as a solicitor has seen him advise global companies, government departments and high-profile individuals. He has broad litigation, regulatory, commercial and in-house experience. He has worked on many high profile cases, including acting as solicitor for the successful appellant in the 2017 UK Supreme Court case, R v Platt.  

Rory trained as a solicitor in Dublin and Brussels with a leading Irish law firm. Rory initially developed his legal career as a civil and criminal litigator, both in defence and as a Crown Prosecutor, before expanding into other areas of law, and ultimately moving in-house.


While working as a solicitor, Rory simultaneously developed his interest in journalism. His work has appeared in major international publications such as The New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Irish Times and The Daily Telegraph. His work was referenced by the BBC, CNN, LA Times and other major media outlets. He primarily writes about legal, economic political and social affairs. 


This combination of strong legal and media experience saw him develop legal communications expertise with a major law firm and a leading London legal PR agency. He has been closely involved in several high profile international legal and policy matters, as both a legal and PR advisor.

If you'd like more detail about Rory's work, please click on the links above. Alternatively, please feel free to get in touch at the contact page.

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