Maclays re-hires Maciver as partner
Mr Maciver adds further experience in public procurement and infrastructure projects to the team.
He first joined MMS as an assistant solicitor in 2002 and left, as an associate, in 2006 to join the projects division of a top tier Australian law firm in Melbourne. On returning to the UK he spent a number of years with Dundas & Wilson/CMS.
Kenneth Shand, chief executive of MMS, said the appointment further cemented the firm’s position as an adviser on infrastructure projects in the UK.
He said: “I am pleased to welcome Stewart back to the firm. His hire reflects the growing importance of capital projects and instructions relating to project financing, and our commitment to building the strongest possible team in that area of law.”
Earlier this Summer, MMS promoted 40 of its lawyers to senior positions. The promotions involved staff at all four of the firm’s offices and included six new partners and five new directors, alongside 12 new associates and 17 assistant solicitors moving up to senior level.