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

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GDPR and employment - the application of new data protection rules to the recruitment process

This article is the start of a series of brief guides to employers on the necessary considerations and practical action points that may need to be taken in consequence of GDPR. We will do this by taking you through various points in the employment life cycle, or in key contexts, starting firstly with recruitment.

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Dementia Action Week – steps to take as your family plans for the future

There are more than 42,000 people in the UK under 65 with Dementia. It's therefore becoming increasingly important to continue to raise awareness of dementia and this article considers practical steps that can be taken to help you and your family plan for the future.

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Scotland against Modern Slavery – obligations and showing vigilance in relation to supply chains

What is an organisation's obligation to seek to ensure that slavery and human trafficking are not taking place in their supply chains? I was delighted to be asked to be on the panel of speakers for the recent 'Transparency in Supply Chains' event, organised by Brightwork Recruitment, which shared some valuable insight and lessons.

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Harper Macleod advises leading housing association on £70 million funding deal to provide for 700 new homes

Law firm Harper Macleod, has advised one of Scotland's leading housing associations on a £70 million funding deal which will allow it to deliver 700 new homes. The firm's Housing team has become market-leading in assisting housing providers in Scotland to access funding on the capital markets.

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Harper Macleod signs the Armed Forces Covenant

Leading Scottish law firm Harper Macleod demonstrated its support for the country's Armed Forces community by committing to honour the Armed Forces Covenant at a recent signing held in Glasgow.

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Harper Macleod part of legal team advising MPs who have joined Brexit notice withdrawal case

Harper Macleod is part of a legal team advising two Westminster MPs who have joined a legal challenge in relation to the withdrawal process triggered by the UK in relation to the European Union.

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