Thorntons

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Thorntons has appointed Morgan O’Neill as its new director of data protection services – the first role of its kind in the firm. Ms O'Neill will work within the intellectual property, technology and media team across Thorntons’ Edinburgh and Dundee offices.

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A dispute resolution lawyer who began her career with Thorntons as a trainee has been promoted to partner in the firm’s Dundee office. Working in the commercial dispute resolution and claims team, Lauren Rae acts for individual clients and on behalf of businesses on a broad range of commercial

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Thorntons LLP has promoted 11 solicitors this month. The promotions have been made across the firm’s Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Fife and Angus offices with seven senior solicitors promoted to associate and four solicitors to senior solicitor.

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Pictured (clockwise from top left): Jenny Broatch, Alasdair Docwra, Lydia Papandrianou, Lucy Metcalf and Clare Macpherson Thorntons has appointed Lucy Metcalf as a director in its family law team in the capital.

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Thorntons has appointed Gurjit Pall as an associate in the immigration and visas team at its Edinburgh and new Glasgow office, adding further weight to its expertise in this area as Brexit uncertainly swells.

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Two cornerstones of the land and rural business law team at Thorntons in Arbroath have retired following a combined  82 years’ service. Partner George Dunlop and associate David Dundas each marked their retirement from Thorntons this month.

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Thorntons has appointed Heather Auld as a senior solicitor and Rebecca Ellwood as solicitor in its land and rural business team. Ms Auld, originally from Pittenweem, joins Thorntons’ team in Cupar and brings her extensive experience in property law and conveyancing.

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Families across Dundee, Angus, Fife, Perth and Kinross and Edinburgh were given a welcome boost this Easter thanks to Thorntons Solicitors and Hillcrest Housing Association. Colleagues and the general public have been donating Easter eggs and chocolates to be gifted to families through local foodban

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Thorntons has appointed Neil Darling as an associate in its land and rural business team in Edinburgh.  Mr Darling, from Galashiels, has specialisms in forestry, development in the countryside, renewables, minerals and agricultural matters.

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Thorntons has recorded strong financial results, reporting a 13.1 per cent increase in turnover to £26.9 million, with profits increasing by 14.6 per cent to £5.8m Craig Nicol, managing partner at Thorntons, said: “Our latest financial results represent our commitment to long term

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Pictured (L-R): Robbie Francis, Loretta Maxfield, Colin Graham and Craig Nicol Thorntons Solicitors has appointed Loretta Maxfield and Robbie Francis as new partners in its Dundee office.

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