Staff at leading law firm Harper Macleod have raised £1250 for Children 1st – Scotland's National Children's Charity – following a sporty challenge linked to firm's role as Legal Advisers to the Glasgow 2018 European Championships.
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Harper Macleod Chairman Professor Crerar champions rural economy at Social Enterprise World Forum in Edinburgh
Harper Macleod Chairman Professor Lorne Crerar is among the global influencers speaking at the Social Enterprise World Forum (SEWF) in Edinburgh this month – the largest event of its kind to have been held in the UK.
Around 35 young lawyers, accountants and surveyors made use of our Inverness office last Friday night for very first Inverness Young Professionals beer tasting event. The event had a European Championships theme, with beers from different countries and a quiz featuring beer and sports related questions. As well as being so well attended, it also allowed us to show the fantastic facility and space that our Inverness office can provide.
The recession of 2008 is firmly behind us. High street firms by and large are back to enjoying robust financial good health and their focus again turns to the age-old problems of processing work and succession planning. In our universities, diploma entrant numbers are approaching record levels and being unable to secure a traineeship remains a real fear for many.
Harper Macleod Family Law team working with Children 1st to raise awareness about Adverse Childhood Experiences
This week Harper Macleod's Family Law team welcomed Mary Glasgow, Chief Executive of Children 1st, Scotland's National Children's Charity, to talk about working in partnership to raise awareness about ACES (adverse childhood experiences) in the legal sector.