Gayle attended Trinity College Dublin where she was awarded a Bachelor in Law Degree (LLB) in 1999. She qualified as a solicitor in January 2004 and was awarded a Diploma in Property Tax from the Law Society of Ireland in 2005. She trained as a Family Law Collaborative Solicitor in 2008 and was a regular tutor of Property Law at the Law Society of Ireland.
Gayle was honoured to be shortlisted for “Sole Practitioner of the Year” at the Irish Law Awards in 2014 and was again a Finalist in the “Sole Practitioner/Sole Principal of the Year” category at the 2016 Irish Law Awards.
Gayle’s sole motivation in practising law has always been helping her clients and finding workable, practical solutions. She always gives more than is expected and likes to develop a personal connection with her clients so that phone calls and meetings are as informal and relaxed as possible. Contacting a solicitor can sometimes feel intimidating or overwhelming but you will undoubtedly be at ease dealing with Gayle.
Gayle’s main area of expertise is in residential conveyancing but she also has a particular interest in helping vulnerable clients, be it in family law, child law, wardship or in matters relating to the elderly or disabled.