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Commercial law firm Davidson Chalmers Stewart (DCS) has announced the promotion of Steven McAllister to partner and head of the firm's renewable energy team. Mr McAllister joined the firm in 2019, having previously worked with major commercial terms and as legal counsel at Renewable Energy Systems (

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Edinburgh commercial litigation solicitor Sheila Webster has been confirmed as the Law Society of Scotland’s 2023-24 president elect. Ms Webster will assume her new role in May 2022, succeeding current vice president Murray Etherington when he takes up the reins from current president of the L

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Davidson Chalmers Stewart has announced the appointment of three new partners at its offices in Glasgow and Edinburgh. Nicola Scott, a commercial property and renewable projects specialist, joins from Brodies. She previously served as in-house counsel at SSE advising on property law aspects of their

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Davidson Chalmers Stewart has announced a number of promotions and appointments. Director promotions include those of Lisa Kitson in the corporate team; Lizzy Enayati in commercial property; and Steven McAllister in renewable energy. The firm has also recruited Craig Jackson as director of priv

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Davidson Chalmers Stewart has appointed two senior lawyers to its environment, waste and renewables team. Steven McAllister has joined the team as an associate, having previously worked at the world's largest independent renewable energy company, Renewable Energy Systems. Mr McAllister has a wealth

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