Since its establishment by the founding partner Michael Beatty in 1937, Beatty Healy has offered a unique combination of modern legal practice with an unparalleled commitment to client service. From the firm’s city centre location at 30 Upper Pembroke Street, Dublin 2, the firm serves the commercial and private client sector throughout the country and abroad. Our growing practice is dedicated to suit the needs of today’s business providing our clients with a modern and highly efficient quality service. 



Ivan J Healy

Ivan Healy read French at Trinity College, Dublin. Following working with a law firm in the United States, and Directorate General VII in the European Commission, he qualified as an Irish solicitor in 1998.

He deals with private clients and places particular emphasis on estate planning and administration, wills, trusts, taxation and property law. He assists in commercial and corporate matters, and advises several Church and major charitable bodies, educational, and non-profit organisations.

Holding the Paris Chamber of Commerce¬†‘Diplome de Francais Juridique’, he is a lawyer recommended by the French Embassy in Dublin for¬†French clients requiring legal advice in Ireland. He works extensively with lawyers (notaires and avocats) and tax advisors in France.

He holds a Diploma in Notarial Law and Practice (Dip.Not.L.) with the Institute of Notarial Studies, and was appointed a Notary Public in Ireland, by the Chief Justice. He is a member of the France-Ireland Chamber of Commerce and German Irish Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Ivan is a board member of the Mater Dei Institute of Education (a college within Dublin City University) and a director of the Royal Irish Automobile Club.


Andrew Healy


Andrew Healy qualified as a solicitor in 1969 and entered into partnership with the founding partner Michael Beatty in 1973. A solicitor with considerable experience over many years in a range of matters including commercial law, property law, wills and trusts and European law, he has a particular specialisation in judicial review in the High Court, notably in adoption law. He has also taken high profile ground breaking cases to the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg which have created legal precedent.