Christopher Lehane is a practising barrister.
He recently retired as an officer of the High Court where he served for 42 years, 22 years of which were spent in the Probate Office and 12 years as Official Assignee (officer of the High Court) in Bankruptcy. He served as Deputy Probate Officer of Ireland for eight years and Assistant Probate Officer of Ireland for five years, administering probate law in Ireland. He was Consultant in Probate Law in the Law Society of Ireland for 15 years, teaching and examining solicitor students, and giving CPD talks for qualified solicitors. He also lectured in Griffith College Dublin in executorship law for 11 years, teaching ACCA and CPA students.
Christopher currently runs CPD webinars for solicitors on developments in succession law. He has written the student manuals in the Law Society on probate and in Griffith College Dublin on executorship law.