Ailish is a Consultant at Bray & Krais.  Ailish first joined Bray & Krais as a paralegal in 2001 and went on to train with Bray & Krais.  Ailish graduated in Law from the Queen’s University, Belfast in 2000 and obtained a Masters in Law with Merit in 2001 from the University of London, focusing on international copyright and other subjects relevant to the entertainment industry.  Ailish was then admitted in 2005 after obtaining the Legal Practice Course with Distinction from the College of Law.

Ailish advises clients on a wide variety of commercial matters across clients’ recording, publishing and management arrangements, and specialises in the areas of live work and branding activities.  Ailish has developed extensive “in-house” experience in more recent years, working for an esteemed independent record label and publisher.  Ailish also sits on the Board of the Oh Yeah Music Centre charity to support their programmes focusing on talent development, industry mentoring, community outreach and music heritage in Northern Ireland to name but a few.



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Bray & Krais’ client Ed Sheeran wins U.S. “Thinking Out Loud” copyright dispute.

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