Scottish law firm Brodies has unveiled six new partners in its latest round of appointments and promotions.
A renowned planning lawyer and an oil and gas expert have joined Scottish law firm Brodies as partners.
Five women from law firm Brodies have returned from an Arctic trek to raise funds for cancer charity Maggie’s.
Five intrepid explorers from law firm Brodies will be taking on the Arctic to raise funds for cancer charity Maggie’s.
New rules for living and working conditions on fishing vessels came into force at the start of the new year.
Five intrepid explorers from law firm Brodies will be taking on the Arctic to raise funds for Maggie’s Cancer Centres.
Strong deals activity in the North Sea is driving growth for the specialist oil and gas team at Scotland’s largest law firm.
Law firm Brodies has reported higher profits and revenue from its growing office network.
Scottish law firm Brodies will enter a new era in May after its managing partner for the past 20 years, Bill Drummond, hands over the reins.
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Brodies always does well in the annual legal rankings published individually by Chambers and the Legal 500.
Scotland’s top legal eagles have been unveiled in an annual review of UK law firms and the people who work for them.
The Press and Journal has helped another promising north-east youngster find their dream job.
Law firm Brodies has boosted its Aberdeen corporate and commercial oil and gas business with the appointment two partners poached from rival firm CMS Cameron McKenna
Aberdeen hotelier Gary Atkinson is making plans for a new venture in Glasgow after securing a £5.8million refinancing package and buying out his business partner.
Investment in IT, new premises and staffing has helped law firm Brodies to a fifth consecutive year of revenue growth.
Scottish law firm Brodies has broken through the 600 employee mark after appointing six new members of staff.
As we enter the final phase of campaigning ahead of September's independence referendum, the political temperature is rising and with it criticism of high profile participants on both sides of the debate.
The introduction of new rules restricting the ability of workers to take unfair-dismissal claims to an employment tribunal has prompted a growing number to take their bosses to court instead, according to a leading employment lawyer.