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Craig Kenny

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Craig is a partner of Maples and Calder's Real Estate team in the Maples Group's Dublin office. Craig advises on all types of commercial real estate transactions. He specialises in all aspects of commercial property work including, the acquisition and disposal of investment property (including multi-family and BTR schemes), commercial landlord and tenant, real estate finance, the property aspects of liquidations, receiverships and examinerships and the property aspects of corporate transactions. He has also acted on loan portfolio transactions, where the loans are secured by commercial property.


Craig is widely regarded as a market leader in this sector, advising some of the country’s largest investors, landlords and developers on their property portfolios. Craig has advised financial institutions, private equity investors, overseas investors, insolvency practitioners and landlord and tenant clients. Craig has been consistently recommended in independent legal directories, including Chambers and Legal 500. In Legal 500's 2023 Guide he is described by clients as "a stand-out lawyer" and is noted as having an "exceptional ability to conclude deals quietly without fanfare – consistently achieves good results for clients".





2007 - Admitted as a Solicitor in Ireland


Law Society of Ireland, Ireland, Postgraduate Diploma in Commercial Property, 2006

University College Dublin, Ireland, LLM (European and Competition Law), 2003

University College Dublin, Ireland, BCL (Honours), 2001


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