Yvonne Joyce Partner
Yvonne Joyce is a partner in the Healthcare Department, providing advice on contentious and non-contentious matters. She has extensive experience in all aspects of defending clinical negligence claims and has been involved in many high value catastrophic injuries cases concerning complex issues of liability, causation and quantum. Yvonne also provides advice on all aspects of healthcare law including the duty of confidentiality and consent.
Yvonne is a CEDR Accredited Mediator with an active interest in promoting mediation as an alternative to litigation. She is currently a Council Member with the Irish Commercial Mediation Association. Yvonne has lectured on the MSc in Clinical Microbiology, Trinity College Dublin on “Legal Aspects of Healthcare Infection” since 2013 and previously was a tutor on the Medical Negligence module, Professional Practice Course II, Law Society of Ireland. She is also a former member of the School of Medicine Research and Ethics Committee, Trinity College Dublin.
In 2021, Yvonne took on the role of joint Pro Bono Lead Partner and is a member of the Pro Bono Pledge Steering Group which has recently been established with a view to provide strategic direction to the operation and development of Pro Bono Pledge Ireland.
Yvonne is a ranked lawyer with Chambers and Partners Europe Guide.
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Data Protection/GDPR and Freedom of Information
- Disputes and Litigation
- Healthcare Litigation
- Health and Social Care
- Ranked in Chambers & Partners 2021 and 2022 Europe Guides
- BCL (University College Cork)
- Certificate in Data Protection Practice, Law Society of Ireland
- CEDR Accredited Mediator
- Chartered Tax Advisor, Irish Tax Institute
- Member of the Roll of Solicitors, Law Society of Ireland
- Member of the Roll of Solicitors, Law Society of England & Wales
- Council Member, Irish Commercial Mediation Association
- Member of the Dublin Solicitors Bar Association
- Former member of the School of Medicine Research Ethics Committee, Trinity College Dublin
- Member of the Southern Law Association