Born and educated in Cambridge, England, Neil Egan-Ronayne was innately determined to replicate his father’s worldwide and domestic commercial successes, and so having cut his teeth in the construction industry, he manoeuvred himself into the competitive world of component sales. Rapidly amassing vast technical knowledge of the supplier-installer relationship, he quickly progressed into account management and business development, where, in the midst of an unprecedented industry merger, he established a proven reputation for diverse client retention.
Following consistent development success in a number of client-facing fields, Neil later tackled the recruitment industry, where he excelled at cross-industry networking, a skill that produced consistent national placements and prompted a bold decision to establish his own specialist construction recruitment firm, tailored exclusively to the needs of senior construction management.
Within months of starting his venture, Neil had secured approved supplier status with many of the elite national and international construction brands still operating today, however the wake of the banking crisis decimated the U.K. construction industry, and so he elected to re-enter education with the goal of studying law, whereupon he commenced his legal studies in 2013, before proudly graduating in autumn 2016 with his LL.B (Hons) law degree.
While at university, Neil discovered a natural affinity with a subject that garnered respect from his faculty tutors and a recommendation to remain in the field of written research. Since that time, Neil has written and published his first law study support book and aims to firmly secure himself in the writing and research field of domestic jurisdictions across all countries.
This realisation and sense of personal fulfilment undoubtedly founded the design and build of ‘Black Letter Publishing’, a digital manifestation of Neil’s passion for writing, researching and sharing all forms of legal insight to those who appreciate law and jurisprudence in its written form.
(26 September 2017)