Appointments

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Lindsays has promoted Louise Norris and Rachel Holt to the respective roles of partner and associate. Ms Norris works in the commercial property department, where she was previously a director. Her promotion is the sixth in seven years at Lindsays, which she joined as a solicitor in June 2014.

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David Welsh has joined Exchequer Chambers, having completed his pupillage under barrister Harry Hodgkin of Clerksroom. Mr Welsh, who called to the English bar in 2019, is also a member of Axiom Advocates and obtained dual-qualification as a solicitor in Scotland and England & Wales bef

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Morton Fraser has appointed one of Scotland’s most respected restructuring and insolvency lawyers, Yvonne Brady, as head of strategy for restructuring and insolvency.  The position has been created by Morton Fraser specifically for Ms Brady, who began her role this week. 

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CMS has announced five new partner promotions in Scotland. Employment lawyer Catriona Aldridge joins fellow Edinburgh-based colleague Claire Wallis and Glasgow-based Mike McColl, both from the firm’s real estate team, in making the move to partner level.

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Harper Macleod LLP has announced eight new partners as it emerges strongly from a financial year dominated by the pandemic. The eight new partners are: Natalie Dissake (debt and asset recovery), Amy Walsh (business development), Kathleen Martin (private client), Marina Harper (personal injury),

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Burness Paull has underlined its commitment to diversity and the health of its staff by appointing a dedicated inclusion and wellbeing manager. In what is believed to be a first for a Scottish corporate law firm, Emma Smith has taken up a new post dedicated to overseeing the firm’s respect and

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Pinsent Masons has announced the promotion of 19 individuals to its partnership, including two in Scotland. Edinburgh-based Ronan Lambe, a specialist in energy, renewables and clean tech, and energy and real estate lawyer Rona Kostulin, have been promoted from legal director to partner level.

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Ledingham Chalmers has announced five promotions for staff in Aberdeen and Inverness. Three senior solicitors have been promoted to associate: Sarah McCaffery, from the litigation team in Inverness as well as Mhari Michie and Pamela Sargent, both working in commercial property in Aberdeen.

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MBM Commercial has announced a number of promotions.  In the corporate team, Caroline Urban, who is based in the firm’s London office, has been promoted to director. As well as working with a wide range of corporate clients, she heads up the firm’s German desk and co-hosts MBM&rsquo

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James & George Collie has announced the appointment of Louise Armstrong as a family law solicitor in the firm's Stonehaven office. Ms Armstrong advises clients on all aspects of family law and is also a qualified collaborative lawyer.

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Professor Lorne Crerar CBE has been elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE). The 2021 fellows will join the RSE’s current roll of around 1,600 leading thinkers and practitioners from Scotland and beyond, whose work has a significant impact on our nation.

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Planning lawyers Sarah Stewart, Kendra Richardson and George Sismey-Durrant have joined Brodies LLP. Ms Stewart joins Brodies as a senior associate and will be based in Aberdeen. With more than 14 years' experience, she specialises in planning issues for the housebuilding sector.

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Two new part-time commissioners have been appointed to the Scottish Human Rights Commission, bringing with them experience and expertise in public health, inequalities, access to justice and human rights. Dr Anna Black and Dr Jacqueline Kinghan have been appointed for six-year terms, starting on 1 M

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