Appointments

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Ampersand is delighted to welcome Shane Dundas and Michael Way to the stable, who both called to the bar on Friday. Mr Dundas calls to the bar as the youngest advocate in Scotland, having completed his traineeship with one of Scotland’s leading litigation firms. He has experience in the areas

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Lord Cullen of Whitekirk is to step down from his role as Chancellor of Abertay University following this summer’s graduation ceremonies. After 10 years of service to Abertay, the former Lord President of the Court of Session will preside over his final graduation ceremonies at the Caird Hall,

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Axiom Advocates is delighted to welcome Murray Steel and Megan Dewart as the newest members of the stable, both having called to the bar today. Before calling, Mr Steel spent 10 years as a solicitor in private practice. He has a background in accountancy and an LLM in construction law. He called to

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Thompsons Solicitors has shown further growth with their announcement of three promotions to associate level. Senior solicitors Kieran Smith, Marina Urie and Natalie Donald have recently taken up their new positions. Mr Smith is based within the firm’s Glasgow office where he works in the lung

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Morton Fraser has appointed Alistair Anderson as consultant to its agricultural and rural property team. Mr Anderson, a rural property law specialist, joins Morton Fraser from Gillespie MacAndrew and carries a long and highly respected reputation in the Scottish legal sector. He will be based in the

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Dickson Minto has appointed Harriet Balloch as a partner in its intellectual property and technology team with effect from the beginning of May. Ms Balloch, who has worked at Dickson Minto for four years having previously worked in the Middle East, specialises in commercial work with a focus on inte

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Digby Brown Solicitors has shown further growth with the appointment of five new associates. The promotions conclude a successful end to the 2018/19 financial year for the personal injury firm after it was also crowned Law Firm of the Year at the Scottish Legal Awards in March.

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LendingCrowd, a fintech lending platform, has appointed Robbie McKenzie to the newly created post of general counsel and chief risk & compliance officer. A dual-qualified lawyer holding practising certificates in both Scotland and England, Mr McKenzie will lead LendingCrowd’s legal, risk a

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Turcan Connell has announced the appointment of its current head of tax and succession, Alexander Garden, as its new chairman. He joined the firm as its first trainee only weeks after it opened its doors in 1997. He will take over the role from the firm’s first chairman, Simon Mackintosh, on 1

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Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP has expanded to new premises in Inverness and taken on seven new recruits. Angus MacLeod, lead partner at WJM’s Inverness office, said the move marked a significant step in developing the firm’s services.

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Wealth management company Thorntons Investments has strengthened its Edinburgh team with the appointment of Gail Craig as portfolio manager. Ms Craig has over 25 years' investment management experience and takes up the position from Brown Shipley where she managed discretionary and advisory portfoli

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Family law expert Denise Laverty has joined Gilson Gray. Ms Laverty is a dual qualified family and divorce lawyer and accredited family law specialist with over 26 years’ experience in Scotland and England.

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The Faculty of Advocates’ Jacqueline Fordyce has been elected to the board of Howard League Scotland, the independent penal reform organisation. She said: "I am delighted to have been appointed to the board of Howard League Scotland with the opportunity to work as part of a multi-disciplinary

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