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Raeburn Christie Clark & Walace marks two senior retirals
Aberdeen-headquartered legal firm Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace has announced the retirement of two long-serving partners, Brian Healy and Kate Crosby.
Mr Healy has been with the firm for some 39 years, working predominantly across the area of Ccmmercial property. He was recently President of the Society of Advocates in Aberdeen. Future business enquiries in his area will go through partners Bruce Robertson and Liz Stewart.
Latterly head of the private client department, Ms Crosby has given 25 years' service to the firm and has also been the driving force behind the local STEP committee (Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners). In addition she has been the Finnish Consul in Aberdeen for the past 20 years. Douglas Crombie will now head the department with support from partner Erlend Flett.
Managing partner Keith Allan stated: “The firm is very grateful to Brian and Kate for their dedication to the firm and to employees and clients alike. They will be greatly missed.”
The practice is also celebrating 10 years since the merger of Raeburn Christie and Clark & Wallace created the present firm.