Brodies LLP has welcomed nine new partners, among whom are four internal promotees and five lateral hires.
Published 4 May 2021
Iain Penman explains the advantages and disadvantages of a Minimal Asset Process (MAP) bankruptcy in Scotland.
Published 28 April 2021
Iain Penman discusses the changes to Scotland's bankruptcy laws in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Published 14 April 2021
Alastair K Shepherd reflects on the traineeship he began in 1981 as he retires this month, having spent four decades in the law.
Published 13 April 2021
The Tenant Farming Commissioner (TFC) has published a guide to Relinquishment and Assignation (R&A). Kate McLeish explains the details.
Published 8 April 2021
Planning lawyers Sarah Stewart, Kendra Richardson and George Sismey-Durrant have joined Brodies LLP.
Published 24 March 2021
Nick Scott, managing partner at Brodies LLP, has been re-elected to serve a second term in the role.
Published 11 January 2021
Two family lawyers at Brodies LLP have received Law Society of Scotland accreditations.
Published 23 November 2020
Brodies LLP has been ranked 24 in the Social Mobility Employer Index 2020, the leading authority on employer best practice.
Published 13 November 2020
Brodies LLP has continued to make progress for the year to 30 April 2020, reporting a seven per cent increase in turnover to £82.0m (2018/19: £76.9m). This amounts to 20 per cent growth in the last two years and marks the tenth consecutive year of progress for the firm.
Published 4 August 2020
In this protracted period of societal and economic uncertainty, one thing seems certain – change is coming for the North Sea, writes Ross Gardiner.
Published 31 July 2020
Brodies LLP has appointed specialist private client and family lawyers, underlining its commitment to growth in the Highlands and Islands.
Published 15 July 2020
Brodies LLP has joined forces with the Judy Murray Foundation to help get tennis enthusiasts and aspiring players safely back on court.
Published 11 June 2020
Brodies LLP has launched a training programme that aims to give all newly qualified solicitors across Scotland access to quality learning opportunities and to connect with industry peers.
Published 1 June 2020
A lawyer in Scotland's first virtual Sheriff Court hearing has praised the process and suggested areas where it can improve.
Published 13 May 2020