I first joined Balfour+Manson in January 2014 as an Administration Assistant within the Property Department, before commencing my traineeship in August 2014. I spent the final year of my traineeship in the Litigation Department, gaining experience in Medical Negligence and Personal Injury before joining the team as a Solicitor in August 2016.
I completed my legal studies at the University of Aberdeen, where I volunteered with the Aberdeen Law Project – providing pro bono legal advice and representation to members of the public.
Outside of work, I am a volunteer instructor with Leith Sea Cadets.
you and your staff have provided us with a first class service and we are indebted to you. I doubt that we could have been represented or advised more professionallyQuote from a client
I specialise in Medical Negligence and Personal Injury work, undertaking a wide variety of cases in the Court of Session and the All-Scotland Personal Injury Court in Edinburgh. I work closely with Ann Logan, a Law Society of Scotland Accredited Specialist in Medical Negligence Law.
I am also experienced in cases involving the Voluntary Pre-Action Protocol for Cases Involving Clinical Negligence and the Compulsory Protocol for Personal Injury Cases.
I aim to provide an empathetic and personable service, whilst providing straightforward advice in cases which can often be complex.
Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL)
Scottish Legal Action Group
Scottish Young Lawyers’ Association