Sofia Crolla

Senior Associate
Glasgow Office
Sofia is a Senior Associate in our Litigation team, based in Glasgow.

Sofia specialises in personal injury law

She has significant experience in civil litigation, including personal injury, clinical and professional negligence, accidents at work, slips and trips and firearm appeals. She acts for both pursuers and defenders.

She has acted for a broad spectrum of clients, including individuals, insurers, local authorities, and UK and Scottish Government departments, in both volume and high value, complex litigation in the Court of Session and Sheriff Courts throughout Scotland.

She has a track record of securing positive results for her client. She adopts a pragmatic and solutions driven approach to her work. Sofia takes the time to understand client needs and requirements with a focus on mitigating client exposure to adverse costs. She recognises the importance of obtaining a sound understanding of a client's case.

Sofia is also a member of the Law Society of Scotland and tutors civil litigation at the University of Glasgow.

Individuals and Families Expertise


Sofia provides pragmatic, clear and concise advice to a wide variety of clients, including individuals in personal injury and medical negligence claims.

She has extensive experience in negotiating and securing successful outcomes on behalf of her clients. Her reassuring manner and dedication in understanding the issues of the case puts clients at ease, which in turn allows the litigation process to be clear and transparent.

Public Sector Expertise

Sofia acts on behalf of clients in a wide range of dispute resolution claims including public liability, employer's liability, road traffic claims, historic sexual abuse claims, asbestos exposure and medical negligence.

Sofia recognises the sensitivities surrounding reputational considerations attributed to public sector clients, and handles those cases appropriately. Sofia ensures that the work is carried out efficiently and that the client is able to accurately budget for the potential costs associated with the case.