Appointments

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WJM partner Angus MacLeod has been named as an ambassador for Highland Renewables, a new initiative between the tourism and renewables sectors. Highland Renewables aims to create a platform where key stakeholders from tourism and energy can come together, aligning their efforts to dri

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Christmas has come early for 66 new Scottish solicitors, as they were formally welcomed to the profession at an admissions ceremony in Edinburgh.

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Keoghs is continuing its expansion in Scotland with the appointment of two new partners in the motor and disease teams at its Glasgow offices. Laurie Traynor and Zoe Strong, previously from Ince & Co and Weightmans respectively, will join Keoghs Scotland.

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RTA LAW LLP has announced staff changes. Zara Jones, previously a senior solicitor at RTA LAW LLP, has been promoted to the position of associate.

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Former president of the Supreme Court, Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury, is to become a patron of the Aberdeen Law Project. Following his tenure as president, he was elected as an honorary Fellow of the Royal Society in 2017 and is an honorary member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

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John Logue has been confirmed as crown agent and chief executive of the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS). He has been serving as interim crown agent since September 2022. This appointment confirms he will remain in post.

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Senior solicitor Anelia Black has joined Lindsays in Edinburgh. She gained her experience in the in-house private client services team of a leading investment company where she advised clients in both Scotland and England.

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The Law Society of Scotland has granted extended rights of audience to seven solicitors, with the new solicitor advocates introduced to the court in a ceremony at the Court of Session in Edinburgh. The ceremony yesterday held extra significance, as 2023 marks 30 years since the first solicitor advoc

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Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP has announced a host of appointments and promotions across the business. In Glasgow, Leah McGibbon joins the firm as a solicitor specialising in energy and commercial property alongside CRG legal administrator Natalie Murphy. The city centre office has also annou

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Victoria Young has been appointed as the new advocate member of the Scottish Sentencing Council. Ms Young practises mainly in criminal law and has acted in the High Court for both prosecution and defence since being admitted to the Faculty of Advocates in 1995.

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Pictured: Alasdair Cummings, centre, with, from left: Michael Higgins, Jennifer Philp, Scott Briggs, James Siwela and Dylan Ackerley Lindsays has recruited five new trainees.

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Strathclyde Law School has announced a number of appointments in the areas of human rights, public and administrative law. Katie Boyle has joined from the University of Stirling. She is professor of human rights law and social justice. Her research addresses legalisation of economic and social right

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Gilson Gray has named a new head of its corporate division, with Findlay Anderson promoted to the role to lead the team’s growth in 2024. Mr Anderson joined Gilson Gray in May 2023 as a partner, bringing two decades of experience in senior leadership roles across a range of multinational corpo

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President of the Supreme Court, Lord Reed of Allermuir, has been awarded the honorary degree of LLD by the University of Edinburgh. It is a little over 45 years since Lord Reed’s previous graduation at Edinburgh when, on 14 July 1978, he received the degree of LLB in the company of four others

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