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Edinburgh lawyer takes on global role at legal firm Pinsent Masons

Edinburgh-based solicitor advocate Jim Cormack, QC, has been appointed Global Head of Pinsent Masons’ Litigation, Regulatory and Tax (LRT) team.The role involves leading the law firm’s 265-strong LRT offering, which covers common law and...

Capital move for international law firm Pinsent Masons

International law firm Pinsent Masons have completed a move into new offices in the centre of Edinburgh’s financial district.More than 200 lawyers and business operations colleagues will have access to the 25,000 sq ft...

Third law student supported by Kirk Murdoch Scholarship scheme

Edinburgh University law student, Felix Main, has been named as the third recipient of the Kirk Murdoch Scholarship, which was set up in memory of the highly respected lawyer.The scholarship provides financial support, professional...

Pinsent Masons bolsters Climate Change Mitigation and Sustainability team

Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has strengthened its climate change offering with the appointment of two Scottish-based lawyer to senior positions.Michael Watson has been named as the firm’s new Head of Climate Change Mitigation...

Simpson & Marwick return to Edinburgh property sector

A household legal name will return to the Edinburgh property market in a deal which sees Simpson & Marwick become part of the ambitious Aberdeins professional services firm.Simpson & Marwick will go out on...

Legal move for employment lawyers

Employment law, Health & Safety and HR specialists Law At Work (LAW) have recently moved to bigger offices in central Edinburgh to accommodate future expansion plans and an increased headcount.The firm, which was a...

Scottish Law Commission recommends change in evidence rules

As the law stands, the prosecution in Scotland cannot rely upon previous convictions to help prove their case against an accused person. If an accused, charged with murder, has been convicted of a number...

Charity shops forced to pay licensing fees

by Thomas Murdock of Tods Murray LLPKindly senior citizens in areas such as Morningside and Stockbridge, once exhilarated by the heady sounds of the Brothers Gibb, have had to brace themselves with a nice...


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