Gilson Gray recruits oil and gas heavyweight Calum Crighton
Gilson Gray has announced the appointment of Calum Crighton, co-founder of Lex Energy, as a partner in its corporate practice.
Mr Crighton joins the partnership with 15 years of commercial law experience, primarily focused on upstream oil and gas and the associated supply chain. Prior to co-founding Lex Energy, he held senior legal positions with Pinsent Masons, Fairfield Energy and Premier Oil.
Dual qualified in both Scottish and English Law, he will be based in Aberdeen and will play an integral role in the further extension of the firm’s oil and gas practice.
Derek Hamill, partner and head of corporate at Gilson Gray, said: “Calum is well-respected within the oil and gas sector and his wealth of proven experience across not only exploration and production, but also the wider energy supply chain, was a major attraction for us as a firm.”
Glen Gilson, group chairman and managing partner at Gilson Gray, said: “Gilson Gray remains committed to expansion. Our investment in the energy sector affords us heavyweight expertise. Calum’s appointment adds to this excellent multi-disciplinary team who now service some of the world’s leading energy clients.”
Mr Crighton added: “Joining a firm that is forward-thinking, fast-paced, disruptive and making its presence known in the oil and gas community is an exciting next step for me. I am looking forward to working with the team as we reinforce our strength in the sector.”