Welcome to Richard Grogan & Associates Solicitors

Award winning Employment Law and Personal Injury* Litigation Solicitors Dublin.



Welcome to our Law Firm, Richard Grogan & Associates.

We are a specialist boutique law firm providing legal services in Employment Law & Personal Injury* Litigation.  We are not a full service law firm. We only provide legal services in the areas of law where we can provide best practice, expertise and experience to our clients.  Giving honest & unbiased advice in a simple & straightforward fashion without legal jargon is our trademark. This sometimes means telling clients what they need to hear and not what they want to hear.  If you want a straight talking legal team, we are the firm for you.

In 2018 we were winners of the Employment Law Firm of the Year from Irish Law Awards. We were also Finalists in seven other categories including Leinster (including Dublin) Litigation Firm of the Year, and Dublin Law Firm of the Year. In 2019 we are Finalists in seven categories.


Practice Areas


We provide an award-winning advisory service to employers on all aspects of the employer and employee relationship.


We are an award winning Employment Law firm offering a broad range of legal services to employees on both contentious and non contentious employment law issues.

Executive Employees

Richard Grogan & Associates have a particular expertise in providing a bespoke legal service to executive and senior employees.



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Sonia I am very strong on equality as you know. I would like to see SME’s supported financially to be able to offer the same benefits. A first step would be State payment for Paternity Leave as they do for Maternity Leave. Second is tax incentives to help SME’s top up to full pay

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@GroganRichard It will be a factor, for some. But the suggestion that this is creating have and have- nots is frankly insulting when women have been treated this way for decades.this is a giant step forward, so employees are considered equally in work, and it brings equality home.