New partners unveiled at Aberdein Considine
Aberdein Considine has unveiled partner appointments and promotions after securing a number of corporate and public sector clients.
Coco Chocolate and The Route Finance have joined the list of clients being serviced from the partnership’s new legal hub in St Vincent Street, Glasgow. In addition, the firm has just secured its first two public sector contracts – including NHS Grampian.
Employment lawyer Sally-Anne Ogilvie – who has a wealth of experience in the public, third and private sectors – has re-joined the firm from Harper Macleod.
She was a member of the team that won the Employment Team of the Year category at both the Scottish Legal Awards and the Law Awards of Scotland 2012 and will now lead Aberdein Considine’s Employment Law department as Partner.
A number of internal promotions have also been confirmed. Property lawyers Chris Comfort, Sean MacMillan and Doug Telfer have been made partners in Aberdeen, West Lothian and Glasgow respectively.
Wills, trust and executries specialist Ryan Fox and family lawyer Isabelle Douglas, who both work across the north-east, have also been promoted to partner.
Dispute resolutions lawyers Ross Webb and Paul McIntosh, who are both based in Edinburgh take the number of new partners to eight.
Solicitors Catriona Milne, Jennifer Yeats, Leah Bowman and Samantha Gilbert have been promoted to associate.
Photo: Jacqueline Law, managing partner, with Aberdein Considine’s new partners and associates.