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22nd July 2016

The Bishops’ Conference of Scotland, has announced the appointment of a new Director of the Catholic Parliamentary Office. Archbishop Philip Tartaglia, President of the Bishops’ Conference offered congratulations to Anthony Horan who will direct the work of the Catholic Parliamentary Office from 25 July 2016.

 

Archbishop Tartaglia said:

 

“I congratulate Anthony on his appointment as Director of the Catholic Parliamentary Office. Together with all the bishops I look forward to working with him in future as he represents the Church in the political sphere. Anthony’s demonstrable knowledge of and commitment to his Catholic faith will be a tremendous asset to the Catholic Parliamentary Office. I wish him every success in his new post.”

 

Anthony Horan commented:

 

“I am honoured to have been appointed Director of the Catholic Parliamentary Office of the Bishops’ Conference of Scotland. I look forward to engaging with Scotland’s parliamentarians and the political system, developing friendly and positive relationships in the process. I am extremely grateful to Scotland’s Catholic Bishops for giving me this opportunity to work for them and to develop the work of the Parliamentary Office.”

 

ENDS

 

Peter Kearney 

Director 

Catholic Media Office 

5 St. Vincent Place 

Glasgow 

G1 2DH 

0141 221 1168 

07968 122291 

pk@scmo.org

www.scmo.org

 

Notes to Editors:

 

1. Anthony was most recently employed as a Senior Solicitor/Acting Legal Manager with Glasgow City Council.

 

2. Photographs of Anthony with Archbishop Tartaglia are available here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/139632090@N07/sets/72157670624194861/with/28347749242

 

ANTHONY HORAN CV

 

EDUCATION & MEMBERSHIPS 

 

2003 Admitted to the Roll of Solicitors by the Law Society of Scotland; Admitted as a Notary Public by the Law Society of Scotland 

 

2001 – 2002 Glasgow Graduate School of Law: Diploma in Legal Practice 

 

1999 – 2001 University of Strathclyde, Glasgow: LLB (Accelerated) 

 

1998 - 1999 Glasgow Caledonian University: BA in Law with Administrative Studies 

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 

 

2008 – Present Glasgow City Council – Solicitor/Senior Solicitor/Acting Legal Manager 

 

2006 - 2008 Scottish Legal Aid Board – Disability Legal Advice Project, Hamilton - Solicitor 

 

2004 - 2006 JC Hughes Solicitors, Glasgow - Solicitor 

 

2002 - 2004 Gallen & Company Solicitors, Glasgow – Trainee Solicitor

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