Partner promotions at Scottish law firms
New partner faces at Harper MacLeod (see below)
Three Scottish law firms have announced partner promotions.
Harper Macleod has elevated eight of its team across a number of disciplines. They take the number of partners at the firm to 74, with 43% of them female. Three joined as trainees.
The new partners (pictured above, clockwise from left) are: Natalie Dissake (Debt and Asset Recovery) Amy Walsh (Business Development) Kathleen Martin (Private Client) Marina Harper (Personal Injury) Andrew MacKenzie (Dispute Resolution) Laura McCorquodale (Dispute Resolution) Craig Ramsay (Corporate) Paul Macdonald (Corporate).
Pinsent Masons has promoted 19 individuals to its partnership, including two in Scotland.
Rona Kostulin and Ronan Lambe promoted at Pinsent Masons
Edinburgh-based energy, renewables and clean tech, specialist Ronan Lambe, together with energy and real estate lawyer Rona Kostulin step up from legal director to partner.
The firm also announced five senior associates working in Edinburgh and Glasgow have been promoted to Legal Director – Scott Duncan, Laura Crilly, Graham Young, Jennifer McCormick, and Natalie Colaluca.
Blackadders has appointed John Dargie as a partner in the Aberdeen office and Neil Pickthall as chief operating officer.