Category - CSR

Ledingham Chalmers' Vuelta de Isla Negra raises £1,000 for world-class Black Isle sports facilities

Posted, 12 October 2018 in News
Categories: CSR | Us

Around 25 riders got on their bikes in September to raise funds for Avoch Amenities Association's £300,000 refurbishment.

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Another Vuelta de Isla Negra in the bag for Ledingham Chalmers

Posted, 12 September 2018 in News
Categories: CSR | Us

We held our second cycle to raise money for Avoch Amenities Association's sports facilities earlier this month — here's what happened.

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Cyclists get in gear again to transform Black Isle sports facilities

Posted, 23 August 2018 in News
Categories: CSR

Members of the Scottish business community will get back in the saddle next month to help raise funds for the £300,000 development of world-class sports facilities in Avoch.

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Ledingham Chalmers sponsors Year of Young People marquee at the Turriff Show

Posted, 01 August 2018 in News
Categories: CSR | Rural

The full-service law firm is helping to showcase seven young business owners — and their contribution to the farming community and beyond — at this year’s event.

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Back in the saddle — another successful day at Balcormo Races

Posted, 11 May 2018 by Jim Drysdale in Views
Categories: CSR | Rural

The annual Fife point-to-point marks the start of a busy show season for our rural team. Partner — and former jockey — Jim Drysdale reports.

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The laws of the game — supporting young Scottish rugby players

Posted, 24 April 2018 by Andrew Stott in Views
Categories: CSR

The firm sponsored a minis and micros festival of rugby in Inverness last weekend, but what do line-outs have to do with the law?

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Taking the plunge for the Cornerstone Foundation

Posted, 22 March 2018 in Views
Categories: CSR

Find out how our brave team raised more than £1,300 for charity by escaping a submerged helicopter simulator.

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Championing the solicitors of the future

Posted, 12 January 2018 by Amy Dignan in Views
Categories: CSR

Why take part in the School Mock Court Project? Edinburgh-based senior solicitor Amy Dignan explains.

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