DATE: WEDNESDAY 15th May 2019 
TIME: 8.00p.m

Gareth Noble is a partner in KOD Lyons Solicitors, Ireland’s leading human rights and public interest law team. He is hosting a series of Legal Roadshows throughout Ireland. He is recognised as one of Ireland's leading litigators in the area of children with disabilities and represented many families across the country in areas related to Domiciliary Care Allowance, Carer's Allowance and services for children. Gareth also specialises in Education Law in relation to school bullying, disciplinary issues and more.
Gareth will be joining parents and carers as part of his roadshow to inform and empower families in pursuit of entitlements and services. 

This event is coordinated by Autism Support Louth&Meath and is free to attend for parents, carers and family members.

Reservation is necessary as spaces are limited.  To book please click here

Parents and carers attending are invited to submit questions to for Gareth’s consideration on the night. We ask that questions sent to us not contain any identifying information e.g. child's name, name of School etc. Please submit questions by Wednesday 5th May at 5 pm.


Gareth Noble Bio

Gareth Noble has a particular interest in juvenile justice and currently heads up the firm’s Children’s Law Department.

Gareth is recognised as one of Ireland’s leading litigators in the area of children with disabilities. He has successfully represented many families in challenging the law in respect of Domiciliary Care Allowances, Carer’s Allowance and services for children.

Gareth also acts in Education Law cases for children and families in respect of school bullying, disciplinary issues and other educational law entitlements. He has also provided advice to educational institutions on policy formation and implementation.

He deals with a demanding caseload involving care proceedings in the District Court and High Court together with a broad criminal practice in the Children’s Criminal Courts.

Gareth, LLB graduated from Trinity College in 2002.

Gareth joined Kelleher O’Doherty as a legal executive in 1999 before commencing his apprenticeship in the firm. Gareth qualified as a solicitor in 2006 and became a partner in the firm in 2008.

Gareth has represented clients before the Residential Institutions Redress Board in respect of children in the care of the state and before the Private Residential Tenancies Board in relation to housing disputes.

Gareth has wide experience in Judicial Review and illegal detention cases and has also advised newspapers and individuals in relation to defamation and libel proceedings.

He is a member of the Irish Penal Reform Trust and has lectured in Criminal and Constitutional law, Child Law and Human Rights law.