Scullion & Green was established in 1984. Since those early days Scullion & Green has been committed to offering a full range of legal services to private and commercial clients in Northern Ireland and elsewhere. We believe that the strength of any legal practice is through its communication with clients.
We also recognise the demands upon clients in terms of their family and work life and offer home and work visits, if required, throughout Northern Ireland. We also, of course, communicate with our clients via letter, telephone, fax and emails.
Initial appointments (30 minutes) are not chargeable and we will provide you with a written quotation in respect of Legal Services in which we are instructed to represent you.
Scullion & Green has a commitment to continual professional development for all members of staff, lawyers and administrators.
Declan Green LL.B
Declan Green graduated from Queens University Belfast with a law degree (LLB) in 2003. He obtained his Certificate of Professional Legal Studies from the Institute of Professional Legal Studies in 2005.
Declan joined Scullion & Green as a Trainee in September 2003 and remained with the firm when he qualified as a Solicitor in September 2005. Declan became a partner in the firm in June 2009.
Declan’s main areas of practice are conveyancing, litigation (Plaintiff and Defence), criminal law and Children Order matters. Declan is a member of the Children Order Panel and the Guardian ad Litem Solicitors Panel. He also has experience in Liquor Licensing law and Judicial Review proceedings.
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Julie McMurray LL.B
Julie graduated in 2001 from Queens University Belfast with a degree in law. She subsequently obtained her professional qualifications through the Institute of Professional Legal Studies at Queens University Belfast in June 2003 and was admitted to practice in October 2003.
Julie joined Scullion & Green in June 2007. While her career has been in general practice, she specialises in Land Law and, in particular, residential conveyancing, wills including Inheritance Tax advice, administration of estates and other private client services. Julie also has an interest in litigation.
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Brian Scullion LL.B
Brian Scullion graduated from Queens University, Belfast with a law degree in 1991. He qualified as a Solicitor in 1993 and after working for 18 months in Belfast, he joined the firm of McGrady Collins Solicitors where he has remained since. He became a partner in the firm in 2000.
Brian is a member of the Children’s Order Panel and Guardian ad Litem Solicitor Panel. He specialises in Family Law and Litigation. He is also an experienced Criminal Practitioner in both the Crown Court and the Magistrates Court. Brian enjoys the variety presented by his work and will find himself in Court four out of five days per week. He is currently the Chairman of the Down Solicitors Association.
Brian also has a burgeoning Judicial Review practice. He has been involved in a number of interesting cases which have challenged the decisions and actions of authorities such as the Health Trust and Education Boards.
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Nicola Burns has been with Scullion & Green for over 10 years. She began working with the firm as a paralegal in 1999. In September 2008 she obtained her Bachelor of Laws degree with Queens University Belfast whilst holding down a busy workload with the firm and family life. Nicola obtained her Certificate of Professional Legal Studies in February 2013 and has commenced her career as a Solicitor with the firm since this date.
Nicola’s main areas of practice are Family Law matters including matrimonial/relationship breakdown, contact and residence issues, wardship and adoption matters and Children Order proceedings. Nicola also has an interest in litigations and conveyancing.
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