Why choose Harper Macleod?
Harper Macleod is a leading independent Scottish law firm with offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Lerwick and Thurso, offering a full range of commercial and personal legal services across Scotland, the UK and further afield.
At Harper Macleod, it's all about you, not us. We put your needs at the heart of everything we do. We believe that your success determines our success and because no two clients are the same to
us, we'll work harder than anyone else to understand your needs and objectives. You need problem solvers and advisers, not just lawyers. Our inquisitive nature means you can be sure we'll get under the skin of your business or personal related matter and provide you with an effective solution.
It's this drive that sets us apart and delivers a better outcome for you or your organisation. Learn more
We believe our awards are testament to the firm's innovative and client focused approach. We have won many regional, national and international awards in recent years both across the firm and as individuals.
Working in partnership
As one of Scotland's leading, full service law firms, we advise businesses, organisations and individuals on all of their legal needs in Scotland, the UK and beyond.
Our people are our main asset, and we are the firm of choice for advisers who have the drive and desire think differently, adapting and evolving along with your needs. You can see our full team here
A wealth of knowledge
The law never stands still, and the way it applies to you and your organisation is constantly evolving. Our people are on top of these developments and can keep you up to date with some of the most interesting aspects of these changes.
Fees and Threshold changes take effect in Scotland
April heralds fresh increases for Commissary/Confirmation Fees for those dealing with a deceased's estate, as well as Capital Limits Thresholds for care fees.
Can a child be adopted without the consent of both parents in Scotland?
One of many questions facing prospective adoptive parents is whether they need to obtain the consent of the birth parent or parents of the child to be adopted. Here we look at what is involved, and how the courts deal with cases where consent is withheld.
Fresh Calls for Assisted Dying Legislation in Scotland
A poll commissioned by campaign group Dignity in Dying Scotland has found that 87% of Scots want assisted dying for terminally ill people with less than six months to live to become law
Harper Macleod announces five new Partners as it continues strategy of promoting talent from within
Harper Macleod is delighted to announce five new Partners across the country as it heads into a new financial year with its sights set on increasing its share of the legal market.
West Stand Warriors get a night to remember at first ever Harper Macleod fan extravaganza
Glasgow Warriors fans who call the Harper Macleod West Stand home were treated to a fantastic night at Scotstoun Stadium this week, ahead of the big game against Saracens this weekend.
Harper Macleod's Family Law specialists' thought-leadership is in demand
The family law team at Harper Macleod's leading role in the development of the profession in Scotland has been highlighted this month by the several members providing thought leadership to leading legal publications.