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Martin Sinclair and Neil Torrance

Mackinnons appoint new partner and associate

Mackinnons, Solicitors, with offices in Aberdeen, Cults and Aboyne, are pleased to announce the appointment of Neil Torrance as a partner to...
Martin Ewan

Oil and gas lawyer appointed President of the Society of Advocates in Aberdeen

Oil and gas lawyer, Martin Ewan, has been appointed President of the Society of Advocates in Aberdeen. The Society...
Jennifer Young

Ledingham Chalmers records modest increase in turnover at £11.6million

Law firm Ledingham Chalmers has shown a modest increase in turnover for the 2017-18 financial year. Group turnover for year ending March 2018, including wholly-owned subsidiary...
Peter Lawson

Burness Paull posts annual turnover up 7% to £57.6m

Commercial law firm Burness Paull LLP has posted an annual turnover of £57.6M - up 7% from £53.8M the previous yea with profits of £23.8M...
From left - Brian Inkster and Rory Cradock

Law firm opens new office in Aberdeen

Inksters Solicitors have moved into Aberdeen with Rory Cradock joining them to set up an office at 9 Queens Road. Rory has many years of...

Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace acquires Winchesters Solicitors

Aberdeen and North East Legal Firm, Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace (RCCW) has announced the purchase of Ellon based law practice Winchesters Solicitors. Specialising in...

Ledingham Chalmers eyes growth with merger

Scottish law firm Ledingham Chalmers today announces a merger with north east solicitors and estate agents, Gray & Connochie. Effective from 1 July, the agreement...

Veteran North East lawyer hands over reins to daughter

Well known North East lawyer Iain Considine has announced he will be stepping down from his role as a senior partner at Aberdein Considine,...

Pinsent Masons appoints new Aberdeen head of office

Corporate banking specialist Richard Scott has been appointed as law firm Pinsent Masons’ Head of Office in Aberdeen. He succeeds fellow partner and employment law...

New Aberdeen partner for Balfour+Manson

Legal firm Balfour+Manson in Aberdeen has strengthened its team in north east Scotland with the appointment of Anne McTaggart who joins as Partner within...

New Appointments at Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace boost Property & Financial Services

Aberdeen and North-east legal firm Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace (RCC&W) has made two new appointments, signalling growth in their property and Financial service...

Peterkins makes commercial property division partner promotion

North East Scotland legal firm Peterkins has made a promotion to further strengthen its’ Commercial Property division. Caren McNeil joined Peterkins in January 2017 and...

Round of promotions includes five new partners at Brodies

Brodies LLP, Scotland’s largest law firm, has announced its latest round of promotions, including 5 new Partners, 8 Managing Associates and 14 Associates. Angela McCulloch,...

New jobs as Aberdein Considine completes £3million expansion across Scotland

Aberdein Considine has completed a multimillion pound expansion and created more than 100 new jobs as it looks to enhance its range of property,...

Ledingham Chalmers makes eight promotions

Ledingham Chalmers has made eight promotions across its Inverness, Aberdeen and Edinburgh offices. In line with its focus on steady growth, the full-service Scottish law...

New leadership team for Burness Paull

Later this year, Peter Lawson will take over as chairman at Burness Paull LLP while Tamar Tammes will step into the role of managing partner. Both...

Central Belt employment law specialists acquires Aberdeen based Empire

Aberdeen-based HR and employment law firm, Empire, has been acquired by Law At Work (LAW). The combined firm brings Empire’s position in the North-East together...

New law firm launched in Aberdeen

A new law has been launched in Aberdeen by Charles Sandison. Sandison Kennedy has been set up with the view that legal advisory services need to...

Partnership changes at James & George Collie

Aberdeen legal firm, James & George Collie LLP (incorporating Kinnear & Falconer, Stonehaven), has made a set of partnership changes. Three long-serving partners - Tony Dawson,...

Blackadders looks to future growth with staff promotions

Law firm Blackadders has announced a number of promotions as the business looks to support future growth across its offices in Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh,...

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Atlas Professionals acquires technical recruitment company Brander

Atlas Professionals has acquired technical recruitment company Brander, strengthening their position in the Drilling & Offshore, Engineering, Decommissioning and Renewables market.
Derren McRae

Aberdeen office market continues to improve with strong Q4

Research from CBRE Scotland shows that the total office market take-up in Aberdeen in the final quarter of 2018 was 79,942 sq ft,...
From left - Stuart Johnston and Shaun Peddie

DM Hall moves to 4-5 Union Terrace

Chartered surveyors DM Hall has moved to fully-refurbished premises on the third floor of 4-5 Union Terrace in Aberdeen city centre.
Prof. Rutinwa, Acting Vice Chancellor of the University of Dar es Salaam and Mike Adams, Co-founder of Norwell EDGE, sign MOU to explore joint learning opportunities for petroleum engineering students and oil and gas industry projects in Tanzania.

Norwell EDGE Agreement With East African University Will ‘Open Up New Opportunities’

Norwell EDGE, the global online oil and gas technical training provider, is to partner with the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM)...

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