In my role in the Dispute Resolution team, I have been involved in disputes relating to insurance policies, title conditions, leases, property boundaries, nuisance, contracts and tax. In my PSL role, I support the firm with keeping up-to-date on new legal developments, consultations on changes to the law, and assisting colleagues by carrying out research on difficult or novel legal issues.
My interest is principally in property litigation, although my interest in law is wide-ranging. I am an Ordinary Course Tutor on the Property, Trusts and Succession (Year 2 Undergraduate) courses at the University of Edinburgh. I have also had articles, case comments and contributions published on various areas of law in the Journal of the Law Society of Scotland (Online) and in the Juridical Review, the Employment Law Bulletin, Scottish Planning and Environmental Law and the Aberdeen Student Law Review. One of my articles was recently cited and discussed by Professors Gretton and Reid, leading authorities on Scots property law, in their Conveyancing (2019) publication.
Out of the office, I am a keen runner and occasional hill-walker and I enjoy spending time with my friends and family. I support the Scottish Greyhound Sanctuary, a charity for rescuing and rehoming greyhounds.