Tom Davy


Tom is a Real Estate partner and advises institutional occupiers, multi-national companies, funds and investors on the leasing, purchase, and sale of commercial property in Ireland. He also acts for developers, banks and alternative lenders in relation to investment property, real estate portfolios, and development sites.

He advises institutional occupiers such as RBS/Ulster Bank, Accenture, Vhi, and British Airways, and State bodies such as Irish Water, IDA (Ireland), and Ireland’s Legal Aid Board. Tom also advises technology companies such as Twitter,, and Uber, on their real estate requirements

He also acts in the purchase, sale and financing of real estate and loan portfolios and clients include Hudson/Lonestar, AIB and NAMA.


  • Commercial/Investment Property
  • Real Estate Portfolios
  • Landlord and Tenant
  • Advising State and institutional occupiers on portfolio management

Representative Matters

  • Advising an international student housing investor and operator Ziggurat on the purchase, financing and development of various student housing projects throughout Ireland.
  • Acting for in relation to its lease and fit-out of its Irish headquarters on Molesworth Street, Dublin 2.
  • Advising AIB Bank on the financing of investment property, mixed use developments and development sites.


Chambers and Partners, 2017

"Very responsive and very knowledgeable."

Chambers and Partners, 2016

"Excellent attention to detail"

Speaking Engagements & Teaching

  • Member of Dublin Solicitor’s Bar Association (DSBA) Property Committee with an active role in arranging and speaking at DSBA seminars.
  • Tom also speaks on real estate related topics at MHC’s Masterclasses for in-house counsel, and presents to clients and intermediaries on various topical real estate matters.  
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Areas of Expertise

Real Estate Law

Professional Memberships

The Law Society of Ireland

Dublin Solicitors Bar Association

The Property Committee of Dublin Solicitors Bar Association


University College Dublin, BBLS