Ten staff elevated at law firm

Promotions follow good figures at MacRoberts

David MaguireNicole CookMacRoberts has announced a number of internal promotions following a year of increased turnover and profits.

David McGuire (left), who has been with MacRoberts since 2001, has been promoted from senior associate to director. He has experience in commercial property, with a particular focus on renewable energy developments, and extensive experience in hotel and commercial developments.

Nicole Cook (above), who has been with the firm since a trainee in 2008, has been promoted to senior associate. She specialises in commercial property law, and advises a broad range of clients including investors, developers, pension schemes, insolvency practitioners and landlord and tenants in relation to various types of commercial properties.

Angus WoodAngus Wood (right) has also been promoted to senior associate. He joined MacRoberts’ dispute resolution team in 2013 and his work focuses principally on commercial disputes with a particular emphasis on insolvency and property litigation.

Four senior solicitors have been promoted to associate level. They are: Dawn MacPherson in real estate, Lisa Maguire in banking & finance, Alan Roughhead in private client and Alan MacDonald in dispute resolution.

Three solicitors have been promoted to senior solicitor level. They are: Graham Horn  in dispute resolution, Brian Jackson, private client, and Pauline McLachlan, energy resources and transport.

Managing partner John Macmillan said: “We are only as good as the people we employ and I am immensely proud of everyone at MacRoberts. As our financial results reveal we have all worked incredibly hard this year and these promotions are richly deserved.”

This week’s promotions have been announced in the same week the firm welcomes eight first-year trainees to its Glasgow and Edinburgh offices.

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