Our offices are closed, but we're still open for business.

Working remotely and business continuity

To look after the safety and wellbeing of our colleagues and clients, and to ensure business continuity, all our offices are currently closed.

This is a precautionary measure to reduce the risk related to coronavirus (COVID-19).

Teams will be working remotely, so will be available on email and phone as usual. If you're looking for a specific contact, but don't have the details to hand, check out our people page, or our LCEA team page if you're working with our estate agency colleagues.

This is in line with our business continuity plan. And, like many other businesses, we have the technology in place that means many of our colleagues have been agile working effectively for some time now.

Plus, as a full service firm with a Scotland-wide office network, we’re used to working across teams regardless of location, and we have processes and procedures in place to handle tasks like post, printing and scanning using our network of offices.

There’s no doubt we’re operating in unprecedented times, and the impact of the outbreak will vary across different business types and sectors, but rest assured our firm’s here to provide the legal support you need, and it's worth keeping an eye on our outbreak-related blog posts and news articles.

Jennifer Young

Chairman and partner Jennifer Young is ranked as a leader in the field of construction law, having been accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a construction law specialist for over 15 years.

Posted, 20 March 2020 by Jennifer Young
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