Tadhg Dooley is an associate in the firm's Litigation Department, where his practice focuses on appeals and complex civil litigation.
As a member of the firm's Appellate and Complex Legal Issues Practice Group, Tadhg has significant experience handling appeals in state and federal courts throughout the country. Among his recent appellate successes are the representation of a former President of Mexico in the Second Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court, the representation of major insurance carriers in the Eleventh Circuit and the New York Appellate Division (Second Department), and the representation of several municipalities and a major hospital in the Connecticut Appellate Court. He has been recognized by New England Super Lawyers as one of eight "Rising Stars" in New England in the field of appellate litigation (for more about the standards for inclusion in New England Super Lawyers, please click here). Along with fellow Wiggin and Dana attorney Ben Daniels, Tadhg runs the Appellate Litigation Project at Yale Law School, supervising students representing formerly pro se appellants in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals and teaching the elements of effective appellate representation. He is also the co-author, with Kim Rinehart, of the Appellate Practice Group's widely read Supreme Court Update, an e-mail service providing clients and friends of the firm with timely, insightful summaries of recent Supreme Court decisions. Tadhg is also a member of the firm's education practice group and has experience counseling university clients with respect to Title IX compliance and defending colleges and universities in civil matters, including private actions under Title IX.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Tadhg A.J. Dooley