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Gillespie Macandrew LLP

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Fiona Cameron

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Gillespie Macandrew LLP

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Dispute Resolution and Litigation


Fiona is a Partner in Gillespie Macandrew’s dispute resolution and litigation team. She has particular specialism in property and employment disputes. Fiona acts for a variety of clients in Sheriff Court, Court of Session, Scottish Land Court and Employment Tribunal proceedings. She also regularly advises on a range of non-contentious matters, and maintains interest and experience in ADR, specifically mediation. Fiona prides herself on providing commercial, clear, solutions-driven advice.


Trained Gillespie Macandrew; qualified 2012; Associate (2015 - 2016); Partner (2016 - present)


Law Society of Scotland; co-chair of the Young Mediators’ Group


University of Aberdeen (2010, LLB (Hons)); University of Dundee (2011, DipLP))

Scotland: Real estate


Within: Planning

Gillespie Macandrew LLP's planning team is going from strength to strength, following the promotion to partner of Isobell Reid. In addition, Colin Hamilton also made partner, and then became the head of the practice. Active in both contentious and non-contentious matters, the firm's core focus is in its work for landowners, housebuilders, developers, market participants in the energy industry and public sector entities. Hamilton, solicitor advocate John Stirling and Fiona Cameron recently acted for Seagreen Wind Energy in a high-profile judicial review challenge brought by the RSPB over the development of the Forth and Tay offshore wind farms. In another matter, Cameron and Hamilton advised No Kingsford Stadium Limited on a potential judicial review of the decision to grant planning consent for Aberdeen FC's new stadium, which is to be built on greenbelt land.

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Property litigation

Within: Property litigation

Gillespie Macandrew LLP is particularly active in land and rural sector sector property disputes, where it acts for clients such as housebuilders, estate owners and public sector organisations. Led by Fiona Cameron, its team provides advice on the full range of issues, such as tenancy disputes, nuisance, boundaries, encroachment and dilapidations. It also handles contentious issues arising from strategic development projects, including residential developments and renewable energy projects. Colin Hamilton and solicitor advocate John Stirling represented Seagreen Wind Energy Limited in RSPB's judicial review challenge of the Forth and Tay offshore wind farms combined consent. Isobell Reid is another notable individual in the team. Murray Shaw has retired from private practice.

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