Harry McAleese specialises in civil litigation and criminal defence law. He is also experienced in dealing with judicial reviews.
Harry graduated from the Queen’s University, Belfast with an Honours Degree in Law in 2009 and joined McCartan Turkington Breen later that year. He was admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in Northern Ireland in 2011. Harry became a partner in the firm in 2022.
Harry has been involved in many notable cases including:
- Anonymous Minor v Northern Health and Social Care Trust (2019)
- Anonymous Minor v Western Health and Social Care Trust (2019)
Outside of work, Harry enjoys playing golf and watching rugby.
“Harry provided a great service, was pleasant to deal with & ensured I got the outcome I wanted. He returned emails and phone calls promptly and I have no hesitation in thoroughly recommending him.” – Gillian W
“Harry was professional, friendly and I knew I could contact him if I needed to. He rang me soon after the accident to introduce himself and explain how he would represent my interests. Harry contacted again to inform me of updates/progress on the case. I felt reassured and confident that everything was in hand.” – Audrey A
“Extremely thorough, providing timely updates on progress of case. Removed the complexity and stress of the situation. Care & sensitivity, attention to detail and understanding of my requirements was maintained throughout the case from initial enquiry to completion. Harry McAleese was the solicitor acting for me. Highly recommend.” – Jonathan M
Harry McAleese’s cases
Read real life case studies about how Harry helped his clients deal with legal challenges.