Caroline Fanning


Caroline Fanning RTMA, B.E., BCL, MIEI, Solicitor is the Principal of the firm. Caroline graduated from University College Dublin (UCD) in 1995 with an honours degree in Electrical Engineering and proceeded to work as a software engineer in Ireland, the UK and Australia designing and developing a wide variety of applications for the banking, insurance to include Designing and Coding the ELITE v3 Insurance Claims Administration Domino/Lotus Notes application in 1999-2001 for Sedgwick (who bought OSG in 2016 which was formerly Miller Farrell Loss Adjusters) which is still in use today and Government sectors.

Caroline returned to UCD in 2000 to study law and went on to qualify as a solicitor in 2006. Caroline has extensive experience in conveyancing law, wills & probate law, family law, defamation law and personal injury law.

Caroline is also a registered trademark agent (RTMA) and Approved MII Mediator.

Caroline Fanning also provides private client mediation services in Dublin and Wicklow and Kildare. She mediates family and civil disputes and specialises in motor trade disputes.

Caroline Fanning is an accredited member of the Mediators Institute of Ireland (MII).


Caroline Fanning Solicitors sends deepest condolences to the families of the deceased Leaving Certificate students Max Wall and Andrew O’Donnell RIP who died in Ios, Greece.

Holden v. First Choice Holidays (at para. 9 et seq.):

“… Standards of maintenance and cleanliness vary as between countries and continents and indeed what is reasonably to be expected in a five star hotel in a Western European capital differs from what is reasonably to be expected in a safari lodge, however well-appointed.  There may perhaps be certain irreducible standards in relation to life-threatening risks……  An Englishman does not travel abroad in a cocoon”


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