Lynsey Brown, a solicitor in Harper Macleod's Family Law team, spoke at a recent event at the Scottish Parliament to discuss a current campaign to change adoption laws in Scotland to make adult adoption possible.
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The Scottish EDGE Round 12 finals saw almost £1 million won by some of the country's brightest entrepreneurial businesses, and once again Harper Macleod was delighted to take part in what is one of the events of the year.
Harper Macleod Partner David Kaye's position as one of the leading franchise lawyers in the country saw him asked to spread the word in Wales this month. David was the first Scottish lawyer recognised as a 'Qualified Franchise Professional' by the British Franchise Association (BFA) and acts as legal advisor to the BFA Franchise Group in Scotland.
One of the biggest consultations in recent years on the future of the rural economy in Scotland went live today, Tuesday, June 12th - and everyone who has an interest in rural matters is being urged to get involved and have their say. The consultation is being coordinated by the National Council of Rural Advisers (NCRA), an independent body co-chaired by Harper Macleod founder Professor Lorne Crerar, providing advice and recommendations on rural policy to the Scottish Government
Leading law firm Harper Macleod has announced the biggest ever round of promotions in its 30-year history. 42 solicitors in the firm have been promoted to new positions, including two new Partners – Jo Nisbet and Limor Wolfe in the firm's Corporate and Real Estate teams respectively – who take the firm's Partner count to 66.