Raft of appointments at Macdonald Henderson

Raft of appointments at Macdonald Henderson

Pictured (L-R): David Beveridge, Chris Wheeler, Emily Glen-Hencher, Sarah Sheldon, Darya Burton, Katherine Phillips, Ryan Macready, Laura McKnight and Cameron Broome

Macdonald Henderson has announced a raft of appointments and promotions.

Sarah Sheldon has been appointed as head of the residential conveyancing team. She has over 20 years’ experience working with boutique and high street law firms and has a broad range of expertise.

Emily Glen-Hencher has been appointed as a solicitor to the corporate team having completed a successful traineeship with the firm. She recently represented Macdonald Henderson at the International Commercial Law Alliance Conference 2023 in Krakow, Poland.

Cameron Broome and Chris Wheeler have been appointed as trainees in the corporate team, each having carried out a (pre-traineeship) corporate analyst role with the firm.

Katherine Phillips has been appointed as solicitor in the commercial property team. She advises on acquisitions and sales of commercial property; commercial leasing, for both landlords and tenants, and various other aspects of commercial property.

Darya Burton has been appointed as a trainee in the residential property team, having worked (pre-traineeship) as a conveyancing assistant with the firm. While studying, she gained practical legal experience by completing pro bono work as a student advisor with the University of Strathclyde Law Clinic for five years.

Macdonald Henderson’s managing director David Beveridge said: “We are proud to welcome Sarah and Katherine to the firm, as well as recognise the excellence of our existing team in the promotions and the appointments of Emily, Darya, Chris and Cameron who have already contributed significantly to the firm’s success and reputation.

“We continue to observe opportunities for growth in our key practice areas as well as a continued positive sentiment towards investment and growth within our client base and the wider advisory community.”

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