April noticed Andrew Cody appointment as an Unusual Decide of the Laois-Offaly District Courtroom, changing Decide Catherine Staines.
The Authorities has determined to appoint Newbridge based mostly solicitor Andrew Cody for appointment as an Unusual Decide of the District Courtroom.
President Michael D Higgins will probably be requested to rubber stamp the appointment which is able to see Cody assigned to Laois and Offaly.
The emptiness arose after Decide Catherine Staines was promoted to the Circuit Courtroom.
Mr Cody was educated at Cistercian Faculty Roscrea and College Faculty Cork.
He’s the son of the late Seamus and Mary Cody of Clonmore, Templemore, Tipperary.
Mr Cody is married to solicitor Eva O’Brien, and so they have two grown up youngsters, Katie and Nicholas.
Mr Cody was apprenticed to the late Gus Cunningham of Butler, Cunningham and Molony Solicitors in Templemore.
He has been in follow in Reidy Stafford LLP Newbridge and Kilcullen for the final 32 years the place he has served for over 18 years as Managing Associate.
Mr Cody has been Chairman of the Complaints Committee of the Regulation Society, Chairman of Garda Disciplinary Panels, Impartial Deputy Chairman of the Appeals Physique of the Turf Membership and a member of the Complaints Committee of the Authorized Providers Regulatory Authority.
He’s anticipated to take up his appointment in roughly two months.