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Big cut in profits for Edinburgh lawyers
© The Herald - Originally Published 8/1/2010
Edinburgh law firms merge
© The Herald - Originally Published 23/12/2009
Harper MacLeod grows and preserves jobs
© The Herald - Originally Published 1/6/2009
New appointment levels the fiscal gender balance
© The Herald - Originally Published 29/5/2009
HBJ Gateley Wareing shortlisted for national awards
© The Herald - Originally Published 11/5/2009
Different kind of legal aid
© The Herald - Originally Published 8/5/2009
Tod Murray finds a way to bring Islamic mortgages to Scotland
© The Herald - Originally Published 26/4/2009
Equal pay claims are made simpler by court
© The Herald - Originally Published 14/4/2009
Richard Masters is looking to take McGrigors to the top of the London tree
© The Herald - Originally Published 15/3/2009
Law Society attacked over review request
© The Herald - Originally Published 13/3/2009

Stefan Cross Solicitors expanding into Scotland
The most-feared no-win no-fee lawyer in Britain is to open his first office in Scotland as part of a drive to win ...
© Sunday Herald - Originally published: 30.11.2008

Dundas & Wilson and Brodies still making large profits despite downturn
Scottish law firms have posted huge profits over the past year in spite of the economic downturn that has engulfed the ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 27.08.2008

McGrigors adds Reid Minty arms in expansion plan
McGrigors, the Scottishbased law firm, announced yesterday it has taken over the commercial litigation and real ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 06.08.2008

Brodies turns healthy profit
Law firm Brodies has boosted turnover by 23per cent to GBP37 million, with gross profits up 29per cent to GBP15.1m in ...
© The Sunday Herald - Originally published: 27.07.2008

Morton Fraser presses on with expansion
Law firm Morton Fraser has shrugged off economic uncertainty to press on with expansion plans by acquiring ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 14.07.2008

Morton Fraser sees turnover rise by 15%
Morton Fraser, the Scottish law firm, said yesterday it has increased its turnover by 15% to �15.6m for the financial ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 01.07.2008

Anderson Strathern's glasgow office brings �1.3m
Law firm Anderson Strathern has boosted turnover from its Glasgow office to �1.3m from a standing start since it ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 16.06.2008

Morton Fraser expands operation in Edinburgh
Expansion is on the agenda at Morton Fraser. Next autumn this dynamic law firm will relocate from its offices in Queen ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 28.05.2008

Expansion for Lindsay's
The firm that won the 2007 Scottish Law Firm of the Year title has significantly expanded its Glasgow operation after ...
© Evening Times - Originally published: 01.02.2008

Tods Murray report strong profit growth
Tods Murray, one of the country's leading law firms, recorded a second successive year of strong growth in profits in ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 10.01.2008

Brodie promoted at Grant Thornton in Glasgow
Grant Thornton in Scotland has promoted Stuart Brodie to director and head of VAT in Glasgow. The promotion comes as ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 24.09.2007

D&W advises on ferry services
Lawyers at Dundas & Wilson have advised the Scottish Government on a contract to secure lifeline ferry and harbour ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 24.09.2007

Govan Law in the honours at awards dinner in Glasgow
More than 580 lawyers, spouses, friends and colleagues turned out at Glasgow's Crowne Plaza hotel last week for the ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 17.09.2007

Scots firm up for top branding accolade
Law firm Maclay Murray & Spens is in the frame to receive one of the UK's most prestigious professional branding ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 13.08.2007

SNP victory ushers in new look at legal services market reform
Justice Minister Kenny MacAskill has said that the new Scottish Executive is prepared to implement a version of the ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 28.05.2007

HBJ Gateley Wareing merges with Glasgow and Edinburgh firm Boyds Solicitors
UK law firm HBJ Gateley Wareing has merged with award-winning Glasgow and Edinburgh firm Boyds Solicitors.

© The Herald - Originally published: 21.05.2007

Promotions at Harper Macleod
Commercial law firm Harper Macleod has announced the promotion of five associates to partner, across the corporate ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 30.04.2007

Golds set to merge with English law firm
Glasgow-based law firm Golds has announced it is to merge with English lawyer Irwin Mitchell to create the largest ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 13.03.2007

Pagan Osborne man predicts the death of the partner
The age of the law firm partner is drawing to a close, and it is time Scotland's solicitors woke up to the changes in their ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 05.03.2007

New IT and IP partner for Burness
Burness, the Edinburgh and Glasgow commercial law firm, has strengthened its presence in the fields of intellectual ...
© The Herald - Originally published: 12.02.2007