McKee Campbell Morrison appoints Michael Flett as associate director

McKee Campbell Morrison appoints Michael Flett as associate director

Michael Flett

McKee Campbell Morrison (MCM) has welcomed Michael Flett to the firm’s corporate team as an associate director.

Mr Flett joins from Addleshaw Goddard where he specialised in corporate law and worked with companies spanning a variety of sectors in areas including mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, and private equity investment.

MCM recently celebrated its first year in business, during which the firm has scaled up significantly.

Since it was founded by Stacy Campbell, Maureen McKee Matheson, Fraser Morrison, and Alan McKee in early 2021, the Glasgow-based business has more than doubled its headcount, with 12 fee earners now working across commercial and residential property, private client, litigation, insolvency, and corporate sectors.

Michael Flett said: “This is an incredible opportunity to join a forward-thinking and dynamic firm. The success MCM has enjoyed in its first year speaks for itself and I’m thoroughly looking forward to being part of this trajectory going forward.”

Fraser Morrison, managing director and head of corporate at MCM, added: “Michael is a fantastic addition to the team and his drive, enthusiasm, and corporate expertise will be extremely valuable as we continue to expand this area of our practice.

“Michael’s appointment illustrates the level of confidence we’re seeing in the Scottish market right now. Despite the challenges of the last few years and the uncertainties surrounding Brexit and the pandemic, there remains a robust corporate dealmaking market in Scotland, and indeed across the UK.

“It’s an exciting time for the Scottish legal sector. As well as a strong commercial and residential property market, we’re also witnessing the re-emergence of some of the sectors which were hit particularly hard as a result of Covid, such as retail, hospitality, and tourism, so I look forward to seeing what the next year has in store.”

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