Legal firm strengthens employment law team

05/06/2024
Left to right: Strengthening the team: Laurie Anderson with Aberdein Considine Partner and Head of Employment, Robert Holland

ABERDEIN Considine has strengthened its employment law team through the appointment of a new Senior Associate. 

Laurie Anderson brings more than 15 years’ experience in the field and is accredited as a Specialist in Employment Law by the Law Society of Scotland. 

He said: “It’s fantastic to join such a well-respected and renowned legal firm. I’m looking forward to building on the expansive service offering we have and growing our client base.  

“I have vast experience of advising clients on all areas of employment law. I particularly enjoy delivering training to clients, guiding them through the ever-changing legal landscape. With so many ongoing legal developments and updates, it can be overwhelming for employers, therefore, we can alleviate the stress for them and help them in their day-to-day work.” 

Laurie joined Aberdein Considine from WorkNest, where he was Head of Team (Litigation). He will work as part of Aberdein Considine’s national employment law team and will be based at Glasgow’s Waterloo Street offices. 

Robert Holland, Partner and Head of Employment at Aberdein Considine, said: “We’re delighted to have Laurie on board to strengthen our employment offering. Having been on the other side of transactions and tribunals with him over the years, I have always been impressed with his knowledge and, more importantly, empathy with clients. He will be a great addition to the team here at Aberdein Considine.” 

Aberdein Considine offers a full range of legal services with expertise in everything from wills and power of attorney to employment law, divorce, separation and family law to comprehensive legal support to businesses of all sizes. Aberdein Considine has three offices in Glasgow as well as three offices each in Aberdeen, Edinburgh and more across Scotland. For more information, go to: https://www.acandco.com/ 

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