We are still here to help - Getting Scotland moving

All Harper Macleod's offices are now closed. All your contacts are working remotely & continue to be available on direct dial/mobile/email. Zoom calls are also available. We are here to help you and Scotland get moving and are doing whatever it takes to meet our service promises. To get in touch please click here.

A Leading Independent Scottish Law Firm

Harper Macleod is a leading independent Scottish law firm with offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Thurso, Elgin and Lerwick offering a full range of legal services for business, individuals & families, public sector & rural economy 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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Furlough scheme extended to 30 September 2021

This week the Chancellor announced as part of the Budget that the CJRS will be extended until 30 September 2021.

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Gaelic homes for Gaelic people?

Scottish Finance Secretary, Kate Forbes, made a controversial proposal in January this year suggesting that housing developments where residents must speak Gaelic, or commit to learning it, could be introduced as part of a package of measures to help to save the language. Is a designated housing allocation for Gaelic speakers a lawful means of boosting Gaelic use?

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The sustainable future of housing in Scotland

Scotland's housing providers have a significant part to play in helping Scotland achieve its net zero emissions commitments, but a challenge lies ahead as they strive to meet the various targets that the Scottish Government has set for energy efficient housing.

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Harper Macleod honoured by Diversity prize at Scottish Apprenticeship Awards

Harper Macleod was delighted to be awarded the Promoting Diversity - Large Employer of the Year Award at the Scottish Apprenticeship Awards last night.

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Harper Macleod's SHREC conference a call to arms in battle against climate change

The 12th annual Scottish Highlands Renewable Energy Conference (SHREC) provided cause for optimism that Scotland, and the rest of the world, can start 'walking the walk' in taking action on the climate emergency. The event, hosted by Harper Macleod, has been held annually in Inverness since 2010 but while co-host Nicky Marr managed proceedings from a studio in the city, going virtual allowed for an international line-up of speakers and attendees.

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Harper Macleod recognised for its commitment to our people

Harper Macleod is delighted to be accredited by both Investors in People and Investors in Young People.

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