Drummond Miller rewards hard work and invests in talent

Drummond Miller rewards hard work and invests in talent

After a successful financial year in 2017-2018, Drummond Miller LLP has made a series of promotions and appointments.

Linsey Ferguson has been assumed as a partner in the firm’s family law team. Ms Ferguson has been with Drummond Miller since her traineeship and is now based in the firm’s Musselburgh office.

Elizabeth Rose has been promoted to senior associate. She heads the litigation team in its Glasgow office, dealing with a wide range of claims, including personal injury and clinical negligence.

Jennifer Gilmour, Lorna Hale, Cheryl Gallagher and Anna Rani have all been promoted to associate.

Drummond Miller rewards hard work and invests in talent

The firm also announced that it has retained all five of its second year trainees who qualified this year: Grace Harbison (litigation - Glasgow), Rebecka Buchanan (litigation - Edinburgh), Lindsay Cumming (immigration - Glasgow), Cheryl Bradley (family law - Dalkeith) and Kelsey Wilson (private client - Edinburgh).

Drummond Miller rewards hard work and invests in talent

With the recent retirement of conveyancing partner, Alasdair Buchanan, the firm also announced the appointment of Wilson Browne and Janette Kenny to its property team.

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