In times of incredible change, there is an advantage to being resilient and having the ability to bounce back. Meet Sinead Kane, a solicitor, certified mediator, writer with the Irish Criminal Law Journal, Columnist with the Irish Sun, Speaker, and blogger.
Sinead established her law career by obtaining a BCL law degree and LLM masters in law from UCC. She qualified as a solicitor in 2009. She has worked for Frank Buttimer, Solicitors, the Legal Aid Board, the Law Reform Commission, and the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform.
In 2008 Sinead got a section of legislation implemented into Ireland namely: Section 28 of the Civil Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2008.
Sinead has a keen interest in helping people and thus has worked voluntarily since a young age for various charities Irish Guide Dogs, NCBI, CASA, ISPCC, ChildVision and community work in Myross. Sinead is also a director of Ablevision Ireland.
Keeping the body physically fit is a must and thus Sinead ran in the Dublin mini-marathon in June (2012) and raised €1,727. With only eights weeks training she ran the 10k mini-marathon in 55mins 7seconds. Since then Sinead has become a member of St Finbarr’s running club in Cork city.
Sinead has appeared in local and national newspapers and even on RTE1 documentary: ‘Two for the Road’ which showed her out in Mexico horseriding. She has also appeared on TV3 news. What makes her unique well she qualified as Ireland’s first registered blind: ‘solicitor’ in 2009. She only has 5% vision.
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