New appointments at Gillespie Macandrew
Gillespie Macandrew has made a series of key hires.
Newly appointed legal directors Fiona Scott, Stewart Dunbar and Garry Gibson joined the firm in September.
Rural lawyer Fiona Scott, who joined from Brodies, is recognised for her in-depth experience within the rural property sector, with particular expertise in complex conveyancing and title matters, as well as the private rented sector.
Private client specialist Stewart Dunbar joined from Blackadders and is a member of the Society of Trusts and Estates Practitioners (STEP) and brings experience advising on a broad range of estate-planning matters.
Property expert Garry Gibson joined the firm’s commercial property team in Glasgow, bringing over 30 years’ experience specialising in retail, industrial, investment and property finance transactions from his previous role at Lindsays.
The firm also welcomed Cheryl Gallagher, senior solicitor – housebuilder, Elliot Johnston, solicitor – land & rural, Rachel Dixon, paralegal – corporate, along with, Mariola Seeruthun-Kowalczyk, tax associate and Euan Scott, trainee paralegal to its private client team.
Gillespie Macandrew’s chief executive officer, Robert Graham-Campbell said: “I am pleased to welcome these talented new team members to our firm. These appointments bring further depth to our core areas of our practice in line with our medium-term growth strategy.”