Scottish legal firm announces a raft of new promotions

03/06/2024
Rob McGregor, Fraser Cameron and Callum Sutherland (Gilson Gray)

GILSON Gray, the full-service legal firm, has announced its annual promotions as it continues to grow and broaden its service offering across Scotland and the wider UK.

Rob McGregor has become head of estate agency at Gilson Gray’s burgeoning property division, while Callum Sutherland now leads new business and home-buying at the firm’s residential conveyancing arm – which has grown to become one of Scotland’s largest in recent years. Gilson Gray was recently named best estate agency for Edinburgh and Lothians at the Scottish Business Awards.

Fraser Cameron has also been appointed to legal director at Gilson Gray’s litigation team, which in the last 12 months has won a series of awards and high-profile cases including short-term lets operators’ petition against City of Edinburgh Council’s proposed new licensing regime.

The latest promotions add to last month’s announcement that Emma Bradbury had been named chief operating officer at Gilson Gray Financial Management, after supporting its development in several roles over the past decade.

In total, there have been 18 promotions across Gilson Gray this year, including within its private client, corporate, residential, financial planning, and residential teams. Gilson Gray is one of the UK’s fastest growing law firms, with offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee, East Lothian, and Lincoln.

Glen Gilson, managing partner and chairman at Gilson Gray, said: “We have grown from strength to strength in recent years, and it is testament to the breadth and depth of our offering and experience within the firm that we have so many well-deserved promotions across different parts of our legal services. I look forward to watching the team develop even more in the years ahead.”

Matthew Gray, managing director of property services at Gilson Gray, added: “Rob and Callum – along with our other promotions within their teams – have thoroughly earned their new roles and will provide sound leadership to two increasingly important divisions within Gilson Gray’s property offering. We have seen substantial growth across our offices in Scotland and England over the past few years, with increasing demand for property services, which we only expect to continue this year and beyond.”

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