Joanna Long

Joanna Long

Senior Associate at MNKS

Vertigo Polaris Building2-4 rue Eugène Ruppert2nd floor, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
HQ Phone:
+352 26 48 42 1
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last updated 12/15/2017

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Master's Degree  - Social Law , University of Strasbourg.Anne-Laure

Master's degree  - Civil Law , University College of Dublin


Member  - Nyehaus

Member  - Luxembourg Bar

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Joanna Long Experience Joanna started her legal career as a trainee and subsequently as a litigation associate in a law firm in Dublin specialising in insurance litigation and commercial law. She gained exposure to several high profile Irish commercial and constitutional law cases while also obtaining significant experience in property and commercial transactions. Before joining MNKS, Joanna worked in Brussels for 18 months on a European Commission DG Markt project where she coordinated a team of lawyers representing all EU Member States. Joanna joined MNKS team in September 2010. She advises a broad range of multi-national clients in respect of international corporate structuring projects, mergers & acquisitions, cross-border transactions and day to day corporate advice for several operational companies. Joanna's strengths lie in her comparative law abilities which fit well in the international environment at MNKS. She has a pragmatic approach to problem solving, dedication to client care and a strong work ethic. In her spare time, Joanna enjoys sport such as hiking, jogging, touch rugby and golf. She particularly takes every opportunity to go for a round when home in Dublin. She is also a keen rugby fan, naturally supporting the Irish team at six nation's season. When time allows, Joanna enjoys attending concerts, gigs and theatre. She especially enjoyed experiencing the cultural diversity when living in Brussels and on her travels to South Africa, South America and South East Asia.

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