Appointments

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Karen Cornwell, legal director at Thorntons Solicitors, has been appointed as a company director of Waterski and Wakeboard Scotland (WWS). WWS is the governing body for the sport in Scotland – and Ms Cornwell, as a keen mono skier and committee member and Covid-19 officer of Loch Lomond Water

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Lord Tyre, Lord Boyd and Lady Wise have been appointed to the First Division of the Inner House of the Court of Session and will take up their appointments from 5 January 2022. The Lord President, Lord Carloway, and the Lord Justice Clerk, Lady Dorrian, recommended the appointments to allow court bu

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Ian Forrester QC has returned to practice, having served as the UK nominated judge to the General Court of the European Union. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience for any instructions and expects to concentrate on advisory and arbitration work, including appointment as an arbitrator.

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3PB Barristers has welcomed Kevin McCallum QC, a former criminal defence solicitor and a procurator fiscal depute in Scotland, who specialises in criminal defence work, fatal accident inquiries and inquests. He will work from its Inner Temple offices in London. In recent times he has obtained qualif

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Themis Advocates' Steven Walker QC has been appointed arbitrator member of the Saudi Center for Commercial Arbitration. He is an international commercial lawyer with a specialisation in international arbitration, energy, oil & gas, mining, commercial/corporate/financial disputes, construction an

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Harper Macleod has expanded its business development team with the addition of experienced solicitor Laura Meldrum. Ms Meldrum, who until recently was a senior solicitor in the employment law team at Anderson Strathern, joins the firm as a business development associate.

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Perthshire-based law firm Macnabs has announced a series of appointments as it celebrates the opening of its new office in Bridge of Allan this month. The firm has appointed partner Rachael MacDonald and has promoted Sarah Mitchell who will also take up the position of partner within the firm.

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Derek Auchie, professor in dispute process law the University of Aberdeen, is the newest mediator to join Squaring Circles, a specialist mediation, negotiation and online dispute resolution business, and winner of the National Mediation Awards Newcomer of the Year Award 2020. With a career spanning

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Morton Fraser has appointed three partners across its real estate, corporate and private client teams. Two have come from other firms, with Chris McLeish joining Morton Fraser’s real estate team from DWF and Andrew Walker joining the corporate team from Addleshaw Goddard. Marking ongoing inves

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Stronachs LLP has appointed Stuart Murphy as its first chief operating officer (COO). Mr Murphy will be responsible for leading operational and financial management at the firm and will oversee Stronachs’ HR and IT teams across its Aberdeen and Inverness offices.

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Musab Hemsi has joined Anderson Strathern as a director in the firm’s employment law team. Mr Hemsi joins from LexLeyton, where he spearheaded the Glasgow team advising across the food and drink, retail, energy, construction, and digital technology sectors. His former clients include Holland &

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Thompsons Solicitors Scotland has announced a round of new promotions. Jillian Merchant, Claire Campbell and Craig Smillie have been promoted to partner while Deirdre Flannigan has been promoted to associate.

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Solicitor advocate Fiona MacGregor has joined Dentons' litigation and dispute resolution practice in Glasgow as counsel. She has more than 15 years’ experience, including a strong track record in complex property litigation and has represented clients in disputes before the full range of Scott

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Morton Fraser has been appointed to the APUC (Advanced Procurement for Universities and Colleges) Legal Services Framework Agreement. Morton Fraser is one of six law firms appointed to the new framework agreement which delivers legal services to Scottish universities, colleges and associate members.

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