ABERDEIN CONSIDINE, Aberdeen and elsewhere, has promoted David Orr from associate to partner in the firm’s Commercial Property team, based out of the firm’s Glasgow office; and has appointed Carly Stewart, a solicitor advocate, as an associate in the Dispute Resolution team. Carly joins the firm from CLYDE & CO.
ANDERSON STRATHERN, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Haddington, has appointed Adrian Smith, previously head of Corporate Relations at ADDLESHAW GODDARD, to the newly created role of commercial director.
BALFOUR+MANSON, Edinburgh and Aberdeen, has announced the promotion to partner of commercial law solicitor Stephanie Zak and employment law specialist Sarah Shiels in the Edinburgh office, and Lynne Mulcahy (pictured) in the firm’s Family Law division in Aberdeen. In addition, Catriona Torrance (private client) and Andrew Wallace (employment law) have been promoted to associate.
BURNESS PAULL LLP, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen has hired Nicky Pascoe as a director in its Property team. She joins from SHEPHERD & WEDDERBURN where she was an associate.
DIGBY BROWN, Edinburgh and elsewhere, has promoted Rona Hayworth, in the Edinburgh office, and Rachel Walker, in the Glasgow office, to associate.
GIBSON KERR, Edinburgh, is pleased to announce the appointment of Caroline MacBeath and Sue Anne MacAulay as solicitors in its Family Law department, and Katie Marshall as a solicitor in its Personal Law department. Caroline was previously with LEGAL SERVICES AGENCY, Sue Anne joins from DRUMMOND MILLER, and Katie joins from SOMERVILLE & RUSSELL.
HORWICH FARRELLY, Manchester and elsewhere, has set up a Scottish office at 6th Floor, Suite 5 & 6, L B P Office Ltd, 7 Buchanan Street, Glasgow G1 3HL (t: 03300 240 711; f: 03300 240 712), with effect from 7 January 2019. Steven Smart has joined the firm from CLYDE & CO to take charge of the office.
LINDSAYS, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee, announce that John Lee and Peter Murrin ceased to be partners of the firm with effect from 11 and 25 January 2019 respectively.
MACKINNONS, Aberdeen, Cults and Aboyne, are pleased to announce the appointment of Neil Torrance as a partner and Sarah Newnham as an associate to the firm, with effect from 1 January 2019. The business of IAIN SMITH SOLICITORS LLP will be incorporated into the firm of Mackinnons as of that date and the combined firm will continue under the name of MACKINNONS.
McSHERRY HALLIDAY LLP, Kilmarnock, Irvine and Troon have appointed Catherine Morrow as a partner based in in Kilmarnock, with effect from 3 January 2019.
MILLER SAMUEL HILL BROWN LLP, Glasgow have appointed Marie Macdonald, an accredited specialist in employment law, as their new chairman, succeeding founding partner Michael Samuel, who continues as a consultant.
IAN MOIR & COMPANY, Glasgow are delighted to announce that effective 1 January 2019, Robin White has been promoted to the position of associate within the firm. Robin can be contacted at the office at 46 Carlton Place, Glasgow on 0141 429 2724.
MORISON & SMITH, solicitors and notaries, Airdrie, Carluke and Lanark, are delighted to announce the appointment of a new associate solicitor, Lisa Gillespie to their Family Law department. Lisa will be based in Lanark in the office on High Street.
MORTON FRASER, Edinburgh, Glasgow and London, has reappointed Chris Harte for a third three-year term, from February 2019, as chief executive officer.
NELSONS SOLICITORS FALKIRK LTD, Camelon, Falkirk, are pleased to announce that Mark Fallon has joined the firm as an assistant solicitor as from 4 February 2019.
THE PRG PARTNERSHIP, Glasgow, Kirkintilloch, Clydebank and Erskine wishes to intimate the retiral from practice as at 30 October 2018 of Arthur W K McKay, formerly a senior partner of the firm and latterly a consultant, after 42 years of loyal and committed service to the firm and its clients. The firm wishes him a long and happy retirement.
RAEBURN CHRISTIE CLARK & WALLACE, Aberdeen, Ellon, Stonehaven, Inverurie and Banchory are delighted to announce that Anna Moir and Aaron Doran have both been promoted to the position of associate from 1 January 2019. The firm also announce the retirement of Douglas A Winchester as a consultant in the firm from 31 December 2018. The partners wish Douglas a long and happy retirement.
RALPH HENDRIE LEGAL officially launched on Friday 1 February 2019, with Mark Hendrie, formerly managing director of CLANCY HENDRIE LEGAL and previously partner at BOYD LEGAL, as managing director. Ivan Ralph, one of the founding partners of McEWAN FRASER LEGAL in 2009, takes up the role of managing partner. Dianne Ripoll joins the firm as private client director from CLANCY HENDRIE LEGAL.
THORNTONS LAW LLP, Dundee and elsewhere, has promoted Loretta Maxfield (intellectual property) and Robbie Francis (corporate) to partners in its Dundee office.
TLT LLP, Glasgow, Edinburgh and elsewhere, has appointed Joanna Hamilton (pictured) as legal director and Stephanie Hands as solicitor in its real estate team. Prior to joining TLT, Joanna Hamilton held roles at SHEPHERD & WEDDERBURN and before that, DWF; Stephanie Hands joins TLT from MILLER SAMUEL HILL BROWN.
WOMBLE BOND DICKINSON, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and elsewhere, has appointed Jonny Williams as a partner and head of the firm’s national Financial Services team. Jonny, who will be based across the firm’s Edinburgh and London offices, joins from LLOYDS BANKING GROUP.
WRIGHT, JOHNSTON & MACKENZIE LLP, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Dunblane and Dunfermline, is delighted to announce the arrival of John Smart, previously a partner at LEDINGHAM CHALMERS, as a commercial property partner in their Inverness office.
In this issue
- Stuck on the backstop?
- Commercial judges provide new guidance
- Amending for non-cohabitation: is it allowed?
- Debt purchasing and the paper trail
- IP challenges in 3D printing
- Do you come from a land Down Under?
- Reading for pleasure
- Journal magazine index 2018
- Opinion: Mary Glasgow
- Book reviews
- Profile: Kenneth Pritchard
- President's column
- Arrear under arrest
- People on the move
- Making tax digital – are you ready for it?
- Life in balance
- Kindness in court: who cares?
- Why you should keep your website bang up to date
- Control of our borders: the 2021 vision
- Domestic abuse redefined
- Accuser and accused: the law out of balance?
- The vexed question of consent
- No deal for family lawyers
- Employment law in 2019: the certainties
- Detention in the community?
- Better together – the next generation of pension schemes
- One in the freezer
- Land registration: KIR title sheets
- Regulator's reach
- Longest-serving member welcomed as platinum year opens
- Public policy highlights
- Reflections from the Commission
- Rainmaking: a team game
- Coping with conflict
- 2019 takes shape
- Accredited paralegal talk
- Society launches reporting concerns helpline
- Ask Ash