Appointments

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Lindsays' private client team in Dundee has welcomed Harriet Grant, who has recently joined the firm as a solicitor from Burness Paull. Ms Grant deals with a wide variety of private client matters including the administration of executries and the drafting of wills and powers of attorney.

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Gilson Gray has expanded into Tayside with a new Dundee office. Located on South Tay Street, the Dundee team will be providing the firm's full range of services, from legal and property services to financial advice.

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TLT has expanded its international trade team with the appointment of EU, regulatory and trade expert Ayla Skene as of counsel. Ms Skene has spent time in Canada and has experience advising clients internationally. Ms Skene brings expertise in subsidies, competition, public procurement and public la

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Natalie Mortimer has joined Aberdein Considine as the head of compliance for the lender services practice group. Ms Mortimer has come to the firm from Virgin Money where she was head of risk, compliance and quality. She brings over 15 years’ experience in a range of risk-related roles in finan

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Terra Firma Chambers’ Julius Komorowski has been appointed by the Judicial Appointments Commission as a salaried tribunal judge (Immigration and Asylum Chamber). Mr Komorowski called to the bar in 2008 where he established an extensive practice involving regular appearances against the UK gove

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The new Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Advocates is Roddy Dunlop QC. Mr Dunlop was the sole nomination to succeed Angela Grahame QC, who stepped down after three-and-a-half years in office.

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Emma Toner of Compass Chambers has been appointed editor of Session Cases, the Scottish Council of Law Reporting (SCLR) has announced. Ms Toner, who had been deputy editor since 2016, succeeds Julius Komorowski, who has become a tribunal judge.

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Anderson Strathern has appointed Jemma Richardson as a director in its residential property team following growth in business. Ms Richardson joins the firm from Simpson & Marwick. She’ll work alongside the head of residential property, Sara Jalicy, and head of East Lothian operations, Grah

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A Scots law student is set to spend the summer working with a death row project in America. Iain Mathieson, who graduated from Dundee University in 2018, will be working with the Arizona Capital Representation Project as a caseworker, assisting the organisation in its death penalty litigation work.

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Stirling solicitor Ken Dalling has today been confirmed as the Law Society of Scotland president for 2021-22. Mr Dalling will be appointed as the Law Society’s vice president on 31 May 2020 before taking up the reins as president next year. He was first elected as a Law Society Council me

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Aneta Hologa has joined Munro & Noble's financial services team. Mary Nimmo, partner, said: “Munro and Noble are reporting increased demand in 2020 for our financial services advice, and as such we are delighted to announce the expansion of the Munro & Noble financial team.

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A sixth member of the family law team at Balfour and Manson has been accredited as a specialist in the field by the Law Society of Scotland. Jamie Foulis joins colleagues Shona Smith, Linda Walker, Iain Thomson, Kirsten Knight and Anne McTaggart, who have already been recognised for their skill in f

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Harper Macleod has recruited Peter McLuckie, formerly legal and compliance director at Baxters Food Group, as a senior associate in its Elgin office. Mr McLuckie, a corporate lawyer with specialist knowledge of the food & drink sector, had a long career as an in-house adviser at the highest leve

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Lord Hodge has been appointed Deputy President of the Supreme Court, meaning the UK's two most senior judges are Scottish. Her Majesty The Queen made the appointment on the advice of the Prime Minister and Lord Chancellor, following the recommendation of an independent selection commission.

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Katherine Irvine has joined Lindsays’ employment team in Edinburgh. Ms Irvine has a wealth of both advisory and advocacy experience, advising a variety of clients involved in sectors from hospitality and leisure, third sector and technology to transport, construction and education.

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