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Julie Scott-Gilroy

Senior Associate

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Julie is an accredited specialist in Construction Law and is a Senior Associate within our Litigation Division, one of the largest and most experienced litigation teams in Scotland.

Julie acts for a variety of clients including employers (private and public), contractors, sub-contractors, consultants and insurers.   Her recent work includes acting for clients in adjudications relating to design defects, payment disputes and defective work claims.  Julie regularly provides advice on contract interpretation, variations and claims for extension of time.

Julie is a key player in the field of adjudication.  She has built up significant experience in both pursuing and defending claims at adjudication. 

Julie has won praise from clients and experts for her approach to the adjudication process and management of proceedings.  Julie understands the fast paced nature of adjudications and the need to project manage the process in addition to dealing with the legal issues.

Commercial Real Estate expertise

Julie acts for a variety of clients including employers (private and public), contractors, sub-contractors, consultants and insurers. Her recent work includes acting for clients in adjudications relating to design defects, payment disputes and defective work claims.  Julie regularly provides advice on contract interpretation, variations and claims for extension of time. 

Julie is a key player in the field of adjudication.  She has built up significant experience in both pursuing and defending claims at adjudication. Which has lead to advising clients on running court actions in both the Court of Session and Sheriff Courts, construction arbitrations, mediations and adjudications.

Recent Content by Julie Scott-Gilroy

12 Jan 2021

What happens if I am unhappy with an adjudicator's decision?

When a party is unhappy with an adjudicator's decision they really have two options:
Blog
Julie Scott-Gilroy
15 Dec 2020

What happens when the adjudicator's decision is received?

Upon receipt of an adjudicator's decision, it should firstly be checked that it has been received in time.  Adjudicator's have until midnight on the...
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Julie Scott-Gilroy
8 Dec 2020

The Respondent has raised new evidence in their Rejoinder, what should I do?

The Notice of Intention to Refer and Referral set out the Referring Party's claim.  The Response should respond to the Referral and follow the same...
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Julie Scott-Gilroy

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Accredited Specialist Law Society of Scotland

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