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Welcome to the New ILG Committee Members
Three new committee members have joined the committee, following on from the Committee advertising for new members to join by co-option. Find out more about who they are and what they do.
Maria Elena Sanz Arcas – Corporate Governance Solicitor, Scottish Power.
Elena is dual qualified in Spanish and Scottish law, having spent time working as a solicitor advocate for the international law firm J&A Garrigues S.L.P. On moving to Scotland in 2011 to take part of the European Lawyers Association Programme, she spent time at Burness Paull & Williamsons and also gained experience of the Scottish Court system. Elena is also Secretary to the Scottish Power Foundation.
Jennifer Bairner - Senior Procurator Fiscal Depute, Appeals Unit, Crown Office.
Jennifer has been a solicitor within the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal service for over 10 years, having trained with COPFS between 2002 and 2004. Since qualifying she has worked across Scotland as a prosecutor and is now based at the Crown Office in Edinburgh. She is also a member of the council of the Procurator Fiscal Society (the PFS), serving as treasurer of the Society since 2012.
Andrew Todd - In-house Lawyer for Springfield Properties PLC.
Qualified since 2002, Andrew is the sole in-house lawyer at Springfield Properties, which is one of Scotland’s largest independent house-builders. He is a keen author, and is regularly featured in the legal publications as well as having written three books, including one on the Lands Tribunal For Scotland. In addition, Andrew is a senior tutor on the diploma of legal practice at the University of Glasgow and a member of the Law Society’s Property Law Reform sub-group and the legal group in Homes For Scotland.