Linda Tinson > Ledingham Chalmers LLP > Stirling, Scotland > Lawyer Profile

Ledingham Chalmers LLP
SUITE A3
STIRLING AGRICULTURAL CENTRE
STIRLING
FK9 4RN
Scotland

Work Department

Rural Land and Business

Position

Partner

Career

Trained at Bird, Semple, Fyfe, Ireland in Edinburgh, qualified in 1989. Worked in Hong Kong at Kwan, Wong, Tan and Fong as in house solicitor 1989-90. Returned to Scotland to J and F Anderson, latterly Anderson Strathern, following a merger with Strathern and Blair. Relocated  to Angus and worked at Blackadders 2005-2007 before joining Ledingham Chalmers LLP in 2008

Memberships

Women in Agriculture, Agricultural Law Association, Scottish Enterprise Rural Leader, Royal Highland Agricultural Society of Scotland

Education

St George’s School for Girls, Edinburgh 1974-83, University of Aberdeen (LLB 1986, DipLP 1987)

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.