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Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP (WJM) has announced a legal director promotion and made four new appointments. Private client specialist Beth Fleming steps up from associate to legal director working out of WJM’s Glasgow base.

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Irwin Mitchell Scotland staff have moved into Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie’s (WJM) Glasgow and Edinburgh offices following the firm’s strategic investment in WJM last year. In Glasgow, 13 Irwin Mitchell staff will now be based out of the Grade A office space at St Vincent Plaza.

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Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP (WJM) has donated more than £4,314 to six local charities. The charities benefiting from this year's donation include Refuweegee, Edinburgh Food Project, Trussell Trust in Glasgow, Start-up Stirling in Stirling, Dunfermline Food Bank, and Blythswood Care in

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Dunblane firm Bartys Solicitors has raised £4,295 through the annual charity will-writing campaign. Bartys Solicitors, a branch of Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP (WJM), has taken part in the Will Aid campaign since 1996, raising a grand total of £64,287, by volunteering their

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Alison Marshall, a solicitor based in Dunfermline and a partner at Wright, Johnson & Mackenzie (WJM), has attained the Chartered Tax Advisor (CTA) qualification from the Chartered Institute of Taxation. She said: “This has been one of the most challenging processes in my career to date, an

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Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie advised on Sharles Chartered Accountants' transition to employee ownership at the end of 2023. Sharles Chartered Accountants, a well-established firm with a 60-year legacy in Lanarkshire, has been a cornerstone in the local business community.

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A Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP (WJM) solicitor has received recognition for her expertise in legal support for older and vulnerable clients. Nicola McGorm, associate at the firm, has become a fully accredited member of Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE) (now The Association for Lifetime Lawyer

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WJM partner Angus MacLeod has been named as an ambassador for Highland Renewables, a new initiative between the tourism and renewables sectors. Highland Renewables aims to create a platform where key stakeholders from tourism and energy can come together, aligning their efforts to dri

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A partner at Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP (WJM) has been awarded the Founder's Award for Outstanding Achievement by the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP). Ian Macdonald, from Glasgow, has been given the accolade as a testament to his contributions and long-term commitment to a

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Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP has announced a host of appointments and promotions across the business. In Glasgow, Leah McGibbon joins the firm as a solicitor specialising in energy and commercial property alongside CRG legal administrator Natalie Murphy. The city centre office has also annou

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Record numbers attended Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP’s annual renewables seminar this month, which put the spotlight on Scotland's trajectory towards achieving its onshore wind targets.

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Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP (WJM) will explore Scotland’s path to achieving its renewables targets at its annual conference this week. WJM’s seminar will this year focus on the theme ‘Reaching the targets – 2030’.

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A law firm in Dunblane has pledged its support to nine charities by signing up to an annual will-writing campaign. Bartys, a branch of Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP (WJM), has been a part of the Will Aid scheme for 27 years, helping raise vital donations every November by writing basic wills

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