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AM Advocates welomes back Craig Allardice


Arnot Manderson Advocates welcomes the return of Craig Allardice to private practice.

Craig Allardice has returned to civil practice following a sabbatical during which he circumnavigated the globe on his yacht Aequitas.  Prior to his trip Craig enjoyed a busy practice covering Personal Injury work, Clinical and Professional Negligence cases and Commercial and Property work.

Craig practised as a solicitor for seven years before calling to the Bar in 1990.  He is a highly experienced Court of Session practitioner and holds a special interest in all forms of reparation including professional negligence.  He qualified as a mediator more than 20 years ago and has in the past worked as an International Mediator in Conflict Resolutions as well as with EU Institutions.

He is regularly approached to give talks to the major Personal Injury firms and has also lectured in the likes of Dublin, Paris, Cyprus and the United States as well has closer to home in Scotland.

Andrew Sutherland, Practice Manager at Arnot Manderson Advocates, said: “I was lucky enough to work with Craig in the old Arnot Stable some years back and I am delighted that such a well respected figure has chosen to join Arnot Manderson upon his return to the Bar.  His addition will naturally strengthen our depth in the Personal Injury field and the Stable will undoubtedly benefit from the return of someone of his undoubted experience and expertise.