Brenda qualified from Dundee University in Scotland in 2000 before completing her professional exams at the University of Northumbria, Newcastle. She was admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in Northern Ireland in 2004. She started her career as solicitor for Social Services but transferred to private practice in 2006. Her career brought her to Glengormley in 2007 to work with her father who retired in 2018. She became a partner in the firm of M D Loughrey with Lynn McCrudden in 2016 before changing the name of the firm in 2021 to Campbell McCrudden taking on both partner’s married names.
Brenda has over 20 years of experience in the areas of Children law, non-molestation orders and Injunctions, divorces and financial settlements following relationship breakdown as well as claims for accidents and criminal work.
Lynn graduated from the National University of Ireland, Galway with an Honours Degree in Law and completed her training in the Institute of Professional Legal studies in Queens University, Belfast. She was admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in Northern Ireland in 2006. Lynn began her career in private practice in Derry where she practised for six years in the areas of Family Law and Criminal Law before moving to Belfast and taking up a post in M D Loughrey Solicitors in March 2012.
Lynn progressed to partner in the firm with Brenda Campbell in 2016 when the principal solicitor retired thus transforming the practice to a partnership which eventually became Campbell McCrudden Solicitors.
Upon becoming partner, Lynn continued to practice in the area of Matrimonial and Family Law and now has enjoyed over 18 years specialising in Children’s Order work. She represents mothers, fathers, grandparents and children through their Children’s Court Guardian in proceedings before the family courts. She also deals with martial breakdown advising on Divorce, Matrimonial Agreements and Ancillary Relief proceedings in order to settle matrimonial finances. Lynn also took over the Administration of Estates department from her predecessor and now works extensively in the area of Wills and Probate as well as advising on Enduring Powers of Attorney, Registration of the Enduring Powers of Attorney and Controllership applications.
Dominic KaneConveyancing Solicitor
Dominic graduated from The University of Central Lancashire with an Honours Degree in Law. He completed an Apprenticeship before commencing employment in a private practice. He has over 36 years’ experience in private practice. He joined Campbell McCrudden Solicitors in 2023.
He practices in the field of Conveyancing, Wills, Probate and Administration of Estates. He also draws up Enduring of Attorney and deals with applications for Controllership of patient’s affairs. He has worked for clients throughout Northern Ireland and for clients in the UK and elsewhere wishing to buy and sell property in Northern Ireland.
Lynda HarrisonConveyancing paralegal
Carly CampbellLegal secretary
Charlotte HumeLegal secretary
Rebecca FergusonLegal Secretary
Lauren HoggLegal Assistant