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Message started by scottishlaw on Feb 1st, 2003 at 5:30pm

Title: Scottish Legal Awards 2002
Post by scottishlaw on Feb 1st, 2003 at 5:30pm
Here are the nominees for the Scottish Legal Awards 2002:

Firm of The Year     
Biggart Baillie
Harper Macleod
Pagan Osborne
Maclay Murray Spens

Partner of The Year
Chris Campbell, Dundas  & Wilson
Steuart Howie, Russel & Aitken
Alastair McKie, Anderson Strathern
James Roscoe, Fyfe Ireland
Robert Ruddiman, Ledingham Chalmers

Innovation Award
Maclay Murray Spens
Peddie Smith Maloco
Wright Johnston & Mackenzie

Specialist of The Year
Jill Bell, Anderson Strathern
David Bone, Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie
Ian Cuthbertson, Dundas & Wilson
Michael Dean, Maclay Murray Spens
John Sturrock QC, Core Consulting
Bruce Wood, Morton Fraser

Rising Star of the Year
Lynda Graham, Robertson Paul
Angus Macleod, Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie
Michael Nicholson, Harper Macleod
Robin Priestly, Anderson Strathern                        
James Shaw, Murray Beith Murray

Winners will be announced in 8 categories including Firm of The Year and Partner of The Year at an awards lunch on Friday 7th February at the Edinburgh Sheraton Grand.

More info on the awards can be found at:

Title: Re: Scottish Legal Awards 2002
Post by Forum Admin on Sep 2nd, 2003 at 5:31am
The winners were:

Firm of The Year: Pagan Osborne
Runner up: Harper Macleod

Partner of The Year: Chris Campbell, Dundas & Wilson

Innovation Award: (2 awards presented)
Peddie Smith Maloco

Specialist of The Year:
John Sturrock QC of Core Consulting for the training of advocacy skills

Support Team of The Year:
Internal Services Department, Murray Beith Murray

Rising Star of The Year:
Angus Macleod, Wright Johnstone & Mackenzie

Trainee of The Year:
Bruce Caldow, Harper Macleod

I can't see any information on the site about why anyone actually won.  I suppose you had to be at the ceremony to find out.  Anyone have any information on any of the winners?

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