• Family Law
  • Civil & Employment Law
  • Criminal Law


  • LLM Bar Vocational Studies – City, University of London – 2021
  • MA Law (GDL) – University of Law, Manchester 2022
  • University of York – BA (Hons) – 2019

Awards & Scholarships

  • Droop Scholarship from the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn – Awarded 2020
  • The York Award Gold – Awarded 2019
  • Seoul National University Summer School Sponsorship – Awarded 2018



  • Resolution
  • Family Law Bar Association
  • The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn.
  • Year of Call: 2021



  • Fintan Molloy, “Mother” or “Father”: Birth Registration and the Rights of Transgender Parents’ (2021) 3 City L. Rev, 166-195.



Family Law

Fintan accepts instructions in both public and private family law as well as financial remedy. His compassionate approach ensures that clients feel at ease when discussing sensitive information.

Fintan has previously volunteered for the City Law School Free Legal Advice Clinic where he advised upon family law matters. In addition, Fintan spent two years volunteering for Support Through Court (formerly the Personal Support Unit) where he guided vulnerable litigants-in-person through the family court system and regularly assisted in drafting on behalf of complainants of domestic abuse.

Civil & Employment Law

Fintan has a growing civil practice. He accepts instructions for advisory work on both liability and quantum and for advocacy work in the Small Claims Track and Fast Track. Fintan has previously worked as a County Court advocate and regularly appeared before District Judges.

Fintan also accepts instructions for advisory and advocacy work in Employment law. Prior to commencing pupillage, Fintan worked as a Litigation Consultant where he represented Respondents in the Employment Tribunal at both final hearings and preliminary hearings. He advised upon the merits of a range of cases from unfair dismissal through to discrimination claims.

Criminal Law

Fintan is a Grade 1 prosecutor and regularly appears in the Magistrates Court to both prosecute and defend. He also appears in the Crown Court for sentencing hearings, bail applications and case management hearings.