It extends far beyond our offices in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Our links are as vast, as they are varied from local to global.
Morton Fraser is an independent firm with a global footprint. We offer niche expertise across several jurisdictions via Interlaw.
Interlaw is the preferred Law firm network for companies doing business internationally. It's earned the highest professional rankings as an ‘Elite global law firm network’* and counts as its members top tier independent law firms in over 130 cities across the world.
Morton Fraser is the exclusive member firm in Scotland, just one of two Interlaw members in the UK.
Rely on Interlawyers to responsibly, effectively and professionally navigate the rules, regulations and procedures for transacting matters locally and abroad. Interlaw is highly selective and member firms must demonstrate leadership within their jurisdiction and a proven track record of success with domestic and international legal matters before being invited to join. * As ranked by Chambers & Partners
To find out how you can access our associated international offices contact: Chris Harte
Alternatively, you can contact our partners who sit on Interlaw's international business teams.
|Arbitration & Litigation: Maggie Moodie||Employment Law: Innes Clark||Energy Law: Nick Atkins|
|Mergers & Acquisitions: Austin Flynn||Real Estate: Jonathon Seddon||Banking and Finance: Bruce Wood|
|Fraud and White Collar Crime: Douglas Milne|
The launch pad for success in a variety of careers
Many of the people who work here at Morton Fraser stay with us for all or large parts of their careers but we recognise that, for some, we have just provided a building block in their career.
We are delighted to have some notable alumni working in other parts of the legal community, including two Senators of the College of Justice, as in-house counsel with companies of all sizes, in the public sector, whether local or national Government and in the Scottish Law Commission but we are also equally proud of our alumni who have gone on to careers in other fields. We like to think that time spent at Morton Fraser will provide a launch pad for success in a variety of careers.
The Morton Fraser community
Many people who have worked at Morton Fraser stay in touch with us after they leave and we have a LinkedIn Group to keep alumni up to date with our news and allow them to keep us up to date with theirs. If you have worked at Morton Fraser at any point in your career and would like to join our LinkedIn Group, please contact John Lunn.
The Morton Fraser talent pool
We recognise that our alumni group represents a great pool of talent, both for us and for our clients. From time to time, we have clients who need additional lawyers for a project, maternity cover or just to get through a busy period and they look to us to resource this. We are also interested in hearing from alumni who would like to work on an ad hoc basis providing remote support to our teams as and when required.
If you are a former Morton Fraser employee not currently in full time employment, and are interested in working on an ad hoc basis please contact Elspeth Dalgleish, our HR Director for an initial chat. If you are a client and interested in tapping in to our alumni talent pool, please also contact Elspeth.
More for Lawyers
Our More for Lawyers service is for our professional colleagues. We have a long history of working in partnership with other law firms in Scotland and the rest of the UK in order to give clients the service they need. The focus of our service is on our litigation and advocacy practice for businesses and private sector clients and includes representation and technical procedural support in the Court of Session and Sheriff Appeal Court. We also provide specialist support and expertise in the Commercial Court, Intellectual Property Causes, All Scotland Personal Injury Court and Family Court.
The focus of our service is on accessibility and clear advice. We are always available to discuss cases with you and to provide an early and clear view on our client's prospects of success. We provide regular legal and professional practice updates in our More for Lawyers bulletin. We also hold an annual conference which is attended by lawyers and other professional colleagues from across Scotland. To receive an invite to our conference please click here.
Our advocacy team is an integral part of our More for Lawyers offering. Led by Richard McMeeken and Jenny Dickson we are always available to provide an early opinion on our client's case and cover all areas of civil and commercial litigation in Scotland. Our solicitor advocates are also available to consult with you as required and have both appeared at all levels of the Scottish court system including in appeals to the Inner House of the Court of Session.