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Aberdein Considine expands Edinburgh office
Law firm Aberdein Considine has ammounced five new appointments to its two Edinburgh offices, which opened earlier this year.
Three of them are at partner level. Graham Scott, an accredited specialist in trust law with over 20 years' experience in the field, joins as a private client partner. He was formerly with Murray Beith Murray. Leonie Donald has extensive experience in corporate and personal insolvency, finance litigation and personal injury, and is currently in the process of completing exams to become dual qualified. Originally from Aberdeen, she worked with HBJ Gateley from 2005, rising to associate, and latterly completed a six month secondment to Clydesdale Bank plc.
Julian Scott joins the firm's property office. A very experienced residential property lawyer, he was a partner at Shoosmiths (formerly Archibald, Campbell & Harley) for over 30 years.
Also joining Aberdein Considine are solicitors Ross Webb (litigation and dispute resolution, especially property, finance and insolvency) and Vicki Miller (personal injury and medical negligence).
Managing partner Harvey Aberdein commented: “The five new appointments demonstrate our commitment to building a full service legal, property and financial practice in Edinburgh and to providing specialist nationwide advice to our clients."