Members of the Brehon Law Society at our meetings

Joseph T. Kelley Jr., Judge Barrett, Judge Wall, Kathy McGee Burns, Frank Devine, Justice McCaffery and Judge Lynn at one of our monthly meetings


To be a voting member of the Brehon Law Society, you must be:

  • A person of Irish ancestry; and
  • A member of good standing of the bar of any jurisdiction
  • A public executive or holder of public office
  • A public administrator or administrative officer
  • A judicial officer or quasi-judicial officer, or
  • A student currently enrolled in an accredited law school.

To be a Friend of the Brehons, you must be interested in fostering the profession of law among individuals of Irish ancestry and furthering a higher standard of legal ethics and culture for the social, civic and commercial welfare of the community. A Friend of the Brehons is entitled to all privileges except the right to hold office and the right to vote.

2014 Membership