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Watermans Legal continues expansion

jacquie SandisonWatermans Legal, a specialist law firm, has strengthened its offering with the appointment of a property sales consultant.

Jacquie Sandison will be based in the firm’s Leith office and has more than two decades of experience advising on property sales in both Edinburgh and London.

She will be responsible for enhancing the estate agency side of the business and growing the number of property transactions the firm is involved in.

Previously, Ms Sandison held management positions with UK estate agency group Countrywide in East London and more recently with Your Move in Edinburgh.

She has a track record of more than 30 years’ in sales working across a range of industries, including media where she worked as an agency sales manager for The Scotsman. She has additional experience at the Daily Express, Daily Record and The Herald.

Blackadders boosts employment team

National law firm Blackadders has bolstered its employment law team with the appointment of Donna Reynolds as a partner.

Ms Reynolds, who will be based primarily in the firm’s Edinburgh office, has 15 years of experience and is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in her field. Ms Reynolds will help drive the growth of the team and the wider business.

She has advised both employees and employers on a wide variety of issues and has a niche in discrimination law.

The firm’s corporate and commercial team has also welcomed Suzi Low as an associate solicitor. Ms Low, who is Dundee based, previously worked in the finance team of an international law firm and advises on a full range of corporate work.

Campbell Clark, head of Blackadders’ business services group, said: “Securing lawyers of Donna and Suzi’s calibre will help us to sustain the strong growth we are experiencing in both Employment and Corporate.”

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