Ledingham Chalmers LLP is a law firm with offices in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Inverness and Stirling.
The firm operates as a limited liability partnership registered in Scotland. Our registration number is SO300843 and our registered office is at Johnstone House, 52-54 Rose Street, Aberdeen AB10 1HA.
Our VAT registration number is 265 3467 43.
We are regulated by The Law Society of Scotland.
A list of members of the LLP is available for inspection at our registered office.
Ledingham Chalmers LLP holds professional indemnity insurance under the Law Society of Scotland's compulsory Master Policy. The cover is provided by a panel of insurers, the lead insurer being Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance plc. RSA's address is 15 York Place, Glasgow G2 8LA. If you would like details of these insurers, please contact us.
Ledingham Chalmers LLP also holds Top Up professional indemnity insurance over and above the minimum amount specified by our regulatory bodies.
The territorial coverage of our professional indemnity insurance is worldwide.
Our client relations partner is Graeme Edward.
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