Shepherd and Wedderburn welcomes 28 new associates and senior associates
Shepherd and Wedderburn has announced the promotion of 12 solicitors to associate and 16 associates to senior associate.
Gabby Ives, Craig Brodie and Scarlett Leigh have been promoted to associate in the firm’s property team, while Abby Doig and Lucy Mulreany have become associates in the banking and finance team, and Kara Gallagher and Alistair Kennedy have become associates in infrastructure.
Roddy Forgie has become an associate in media and technology, Dan Boynton in pensions, Sarah Leslie in employment, Kirsten McKinnon in private wealth and tax, and Thomas McFarlane in commercial disputes.
Meanwhile, Pamela Binnie, Siobhan Dunphy, John Townsend and Emma Guthrie have been promoted to senior associate in the property team. Neil Casey, Nathaniel Buckingham and Leigh Herd have become senior associates in property and infrastructure disputes.
Laura McMillan and Andrew Winton have become senior associates in the commercial disputes team, James Bulpitt and Katy Fitzpatrick have become senior associates in the banking and finance team, and Alexandra Lane and Emma De Sailly have become senior associates in the rural team.
Magdalene MacLean, John Vassiliou and Gillian Moore have become senior associates in the planning, immigration and employment teams respectively.
Commenting on the promotions, managing partner Andrew Blain said: “I would like to congratulate our new associates and senior associates and thank them for the contribution they have made, and continue to make, to the success of our firm.
“Their new roles are in recognition of their skill, hard work and commitment to providing the highest quality service to our clients. I wish them all the best as they embark on the next step of their careers with Shepherd and Wedderburn.”