Hazel Moir > Ledingham Chalmers LLP > Aberdeen, Scotland > Lawyer Profile

Ledingham Chalmers LLP
JOHNSTONE HOUSE
52-54 ROSE STREET
ABERDEEN
AB10 1HA
Scotland

Work Department

Rural

Position

Partner in the rural unit involved in varied agricultural practice, including purchases, sales, security transactions, leasing and partnerships.  Also involved with forestry transactions, sporting and minerals

Career

Trained at Burnett & Reid, qualified in 1987.  Moved to Edmonds & Ledingham which merged to become Ledingham Chalmers.

Memberships

Women in Property, Women Connect, Womed in the Field, Agricultural Law Association

Education

Peterhead Academy;  University of Aberdeen (LLB (Hons) 1984;  Dip LP 1985

Lawyer Rankings

Scotland > Private client > Agriculture and estates

Praised for its ‘practical, pragmatic and personable approach’, Ledingham Chalmers LLP assists clients across the length and breadth of Scotland with a variety of agriculture and estate mandates. Group co-head Hazel Moir shines in property purchases and sales, while fellow group lead Linda Tinson focuses on succession planning, diversification, family business and structure, agricultural holdings and general tenancy matters. Meanwhile, the practice of Jim Drysdale, an accredited agricultural law specialist, revolves around complex crofting and environmental law issues. In April 2020, Gary Webster joined as a partner from Macleod & MacCallum.