Limited Liability Partnerships
Solicitors partnerships may apply to the LSRA for authorisation to operate as Limited Liability Partnerships or LLPs. On this page you can find out how to apply to us for authorisation to operate as an LLP and see the register of authorised LLPs.
Partnerships of solicitors registered with the Law Society of Ireland may apply to the LSRA for authorisation to operate as Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs).
All partners listed on the LSRA’s Register of Limited Liability Partnerships are provided with limited liability and their personal assets are protected from the negligence of other partners.
Partners may still be held liable for liabilities arising from their own acts of fraud, dishonesty, misconduct or criminality.
How to Apply for LLP Authorisation
The LSRA’s Registration, Levy and Fees Unit accepts requests for application forms from partnerships of solicitors to operate as LLPs.
Requests can be made by email to [email protected] or by sending a hard-copy letter to:
Limited Liability Partnerships,
Registration, Levy and Fees Unit,
Legal Services Regulatory Authority,
PO Box 12906,
The Registration, Levy and Fees Unit can be contacted from 10:00-12:30 and from 14:00-16:00 on telephone 01-8592900.
The Register is a listing of businesses authorised to operate as Limited Liability Partnerships.
LLPs are required, under section 126(3) of the Legal Services Regulation Act 2015, to inform the LSRA if a particular entered in the register is incorrect.
This can be done by emailing [email protected].
If an LLP wishes to alter its membership, please send an email to the address above requesting the prescribed Membership Alteration form.
Any LLP intending to cease operating as an LLP should contact the LSRA at the email address above requesting a Cessation Notification Form.
The Register as at 31 March 2021 can be found below.