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Scottish law firm promotes trio across city-based offices

10/10/2017 News Team

Scottish law firm Lindsays has promoted three across its city-based offices.

Lynsey Kerr, who is based in Edinburgh as part of the private client team, has been promoted to senior associate. Andrew Ritchie, who is also a member of the private client team, and Lauren Pasi, member of the personal injury team, based in Dundee and Glasgow respectively, have both been promoted to associates.

Ms Kerr joined the firm in 2013 as a solicitor providing a full range of services to private clients including the creation and administering of trusts, giving advice on the administration of estates, and drafting wills and powers of attorney. Last year she completed her Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) Scotland Diploma. She is also a trustee of LifeCare, an Edinburgh-based charity supporting older people.

Mr Ritchie has over 25 years’ experience of legal practice and has particular expertise in executry and trust administration, the preparation of wills, advice regarding powers of attorney and living wills, and estate planning including asset protection. 

Ms Pasi has been with Lindsays since February this year when the firm acquired Brodies personal injury team. She is experienced in litigating on behalf of pursuers on a wide range of cases, including road traffic accidents, accidents in the workplace, public and occupier liability cases and medical negligence. She deals with actions raised in the Sheriff Court and Court of Session and regularly appears in the Sheriff Court.

Alasdair Cummings, managing partner, commented: “It is rewarding for the board and our partnership to be able to recognise the talent of these excellent lawyers. These promotions demonstrate our investment in our people and we look forward to supporting them in their new roles as they develop their careers with the firm.”

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