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Kim Bowen - Announcement

We are pleased to announce the promotion of Kim Bowen to partner in our Employment Law & Benefits team. The firm now employs over 600 staff in Ireland, the UK and the US, dedicated to delivering bespoke, innovative client solutions.

Kim specialises in Business Immigration, offering expert advice to SMEs and large multinational corporations on employing non-EEA nationals in Ireland. Her expertise includes assisting clients in obtaining a wide range of employment authorisations and ensuring compliance with Irish immigration regulations. She also advises companies on Workplace Relations Commission inspections.

Kim’s diverse practice spans all sectors, with a particular focus on Technology, Healthcare and Life Sciences. Her recent work includes advising some of the largest global technology companies, further solidifying her reputation as a leading business immigration expert.

Melanie Crowley, Head of Employment Law & Benefits at Mason Hayes & Curran, said: “Our Employment Law team is a leader in the area, and Kim’s appointment further enhances our ability to deliver exceptional service. Her ability to navigate the complexities of immigration law while delivering practical solutions is invaluable, ensuring that our clients receive comprehensive and effective legal support tailored to their specific needs.”

Kim Bowen commented: “With Ireland at almost full employment, helping companies recruit talent from abroad has never been more important. I work closely with clients to ensure they can efficiently onboard new talent and seamlessly navigate the Irish business immigration landscape. Over the years I have advised a large portfolio of clients ranging from individuals, small scale businesses and some of the largest global companies in the tech and pharmaceutical sectors, so I understand the common issues and how they can be best managed.”

Kim is a graduate of University College Dublin. She is a member of the Law Society of Ireland, along with the American Immigration Lawyer Association, the WERC Immigration Work Group and the Irish Immigration Lawyers Association.

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