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Patricia Gannon

Patricia Gannon

Senior Partner

Patricia is a founding partner focusing on management, business development, strategy and the expansion of the practice. Patricia is a qualified Solicitor in Ireland and after a short period of working at the European Commission in Brussels. As a committed advocate of corporate philanthropy, she was amongst the founding members of the Serbian Charity Forum, an umbrella forum of the country's leading foundations. She is also a founding member of the Serbian Private Equity Association (SPEA) and sits on their Board of Directors. Patricia is active in the International Bar Association (IBA) as its membership director and a council member of the European Forum.

Bar Admissions

Qualified to practice law in the Republic of Ireland (non-practising)
International Bar Association (IBA)


Graduated in Law from the Trinity College
Dublin (1990)
Professional Career

Professional Associations

  • International Bar Association

Interview with Patricia Gannon: The Importance of Female Leadership in Law Today
Karanovic & Partners, March 2018

Patricia Gannon, founding partner at Karanović & Nikolić, was recently appointed Chair of the European Forum at theInternational Bar Association...

The Untapped Potential of South Eastern Europe
Karanovic & Partners, September 2017

We have seen emerging markets in Central and Eastern Europe opening up and developing quite quickly. Some of them have done so through their ascension to the European Union and others by organising their legislation in accordance with European standards, opening up borders, having foreign investors come in, as well as putting in place free trade agreements and investment incentives. Of course, transitional economies traditionally have a lot to offer to foreign investors...

From Old Ties To New Relationships – Turkey And The SEE Region
Karanovic & Partners, June 2016

Various media outlets have recently been reporting on the economic relationship between Turkey and the Balkan countries, as well as the growing interest of Turkish companies to do business in this region through acquiring or cooperating with local companies – many of which are state-owned and in the process of being put up for sale by their respective governments. If we look closer into specific examples, the numbers are supportive of this positive trend, i.e...

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