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We’re delighted to hear that our members Simpson & Marwick have won both Employment Law and Residential Property team of the year at this year?s Scott & Co Legal Awards ahead of significant rivals in their field. The awards, which attracted a record high number of entries this year from 33 legal firms, were presented at a prestigious ceremony in the Edinburgh Assembly rooms and judged by a strong 12 panel of independent experts from business, law and politics.

The awards, which are in their 11th year, celebrate excellence and the best work of Scottish legal professionals in 2013. Sandy Kemp, one of the Partners said ?Our team have worked very hard to grow and develop the employment law offering at Simpson & Marwick, particularly over the last five years and it is very satisfying to see our efforts recognised. Our ambition was to position ourselves as the strongest employment law team in Scotland and this success helps to illustrate that.?

The firm recognised as finalists in four categories this year, secured their victory with a second win in residential property, ahead of reputable rivals in the property sector.

WeDO Member Richard Loudon, Head of the Property department and the catalyst behind their newly opened Howe Street property shop in Edinburgh comments

?Our team are delighted once again to be recognised in the legal profession for providing an excellent service to our clients. This win reaffirms the passionate and experienced efforts of our teams in Edinburgh, Aberdeen and East Lothian and as an estate agency service with over 30 years? experience in our field, we are a brand that can be trusted to deliver on and above our clients? requirements.?

Our congratulations to all the team at ?Simpson & Marwick, what a fantastic achievement.

For more information visit?www.simpmar.com

 

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