Enda McGarrity – Legal Executive
Direct email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Enda joined PA Duffy & Company as a paralegal in 2018 having recently graduated from Queens University Belfast with honours. He practices in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland and deals predominately with high value personal injury cases.
Enda has developed a case load consisting of accident at work, industrial disease and public liability claims. During his time at PA Duffy and Company Enda has settled numerous high value personal injury claims and currently has a number of ongoing claims in both the High Court in Belfast and in Dublin.
Enda is always keen to ensure that his client’s get the compensation they deserve, including damages for their personal injury as well as recovering loss of earnings and any medical expenses they have incurred. The experience Enda has garnered by working with expert solicitors and barristers has helped him to develop a thriving personal injury practice at PA Duffy and Company.
Enda has a particular interest in human rights law. He recently completed a report on the impact that UK government legislation has had on rising levels of rough sleeping and homelessness among EEA nationals. He also took part in a 5-week human rights internship in Cape Town, South Africa where he provided legal assistance to refugees and members of the LGBTQI community who were being subjected to discrimination.
He was involved in taking a Judicial Review against the Department of Home Affairs in South Africa for withdrawing a blind refugees protected status and deciding to deport him. Enda challenged the decision on the grounds of illegality and irrationality and prior to the High Court Hearing the Department withdrew their decision and reinstated his client’s Refugee Status.
Enda is a keen Gaelic footballer, he has represented County Tyrone at Minor level and currently captains his club senior team. Enda has also received an Ulster Colleges All star award and was a member of the Elite Athlete Programme at Queens University Belfast.