Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace LLP has welcomed back Kirsty Dunning as an associate solicitor in Aberdeen. Ms Dunning will focus on supporting clients with legal advice on executries, as well as wills and powers of attorney, tax and care planning.
Raeburn Christie Clark and Wallace (RCCW) has hired three new trainees. The new trainees will support the residential property, commercial property and private client departments, all of which have seen a continued rise in the volume of work in recent months.
Both partners in the family law department of RCCW LLP have obtained specialist accreditation from the Law Society of Scotland. Fiona Coutts and Faye Donald have become accredited specialists in family law, which recognises their specialist knowledge and experience. To become accredited by the Law S
Associate solicitor Claire Clubb has joined Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace's residential property team at its Banchory branch. Ms Clubb joins the firm as it continues to see an increase in work volumes at their various branches around the north east. She grew up in the Mintlaw area and studied
Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace (RCCW) has announced the promotion of Amy Watson to partner, and Ruth Lussier to associate.
Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace (RCCW) has appointed Callum McDonald as its new managing partner amid a period of growth for the company. Mr McDonald's appointment comes following the retirement of Keith Allan, who has amassed almost 40 years’ service with the firm, including eight years
Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace (RCCW) has increased its Stonehaven presence through the acquisition of local law firm Connons of Stonehaven (Connons). Naomi Mearns, partner and Stonehaven branch principal at RCCW, will be working closely with Scott Rennie, associate solicitor at Connons, to sp