Niamh is an associate solicitor in the international & group litigation department. She is part of the competition team, where she focuses on complex competition claims brought on behalf of consumers.
This includes collective action claims against six water companies for allegedly abusing their dominant market position by underreporting the number of pollution incidents they cause, resulting in customers being overcharged. These are set to be the first ‘environmental’ collective actions in the Competition Appeal Tribunal.
Prior to joining Leigh Day in April 2023, Niamh worked on a broad range of competition cases, including high-value, complex, multi-jurisdictional merger control procedures and high-profile antitrust investigations. She also has experience advising on subsidy control and public procurement issues.
Niamh completed her training contract at Slaughter and May, qualifying into their Competition group in March 2022. She has a keen interest in sustainability and environmental issues, and is a member of UKELA.
Niamh holds a degree in Law with French Law from the University of Oxford, and spent a year studying at Université Panthéon Assas (Paris II)