Euan McSherry > Aberdein Considine > Edinburgh, Scotland > Lawyer Profile

Aberdein Considine

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Euan is a Partner in Charge of Aberdein Considine’s Dispute Resolution team and provides litigation advice to clients in the retail, food and banking sectors throughout Scotland. He specialises in commercial & corporate and property; and corporate crime. A growing area of his practice is advising clients on reputation management.

Euan is a Solicitor Advocate with rights of audience in the Court of Session and the Supreme Court when it sits as the highest court of appeal in Scottish civil cases. He regularly represents clients in courts, arbitrations and mediations.

Euan has achieved a Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) mediation accreditation and is the first and only Scottish lawyer to be listed on the Register of RICS Accredited Mediators.

Euan is an accredited commercial litigator who is ranked for Dispute Resolution and Real Estate Litigation by the leading legal directories. According to market commentators, he is a “sharp litigator”.

Outside of the office, Euan tutors on the Civil Court Practice course on the Postgraduate Diploma at Edinburgh University; and recently became a dad for the second time.


Associate, Biggart Baillie 2006-2012; Partner, DWF 2012-2018; Partner, Aberdein Considine 2018-present.




WS Society; Scottish Mediation Network; Property Lawyers Association; Recommended by the Chambers & Partners UK 2019 Guide; Recommended by the Legal 500 UK 2019 Guide


University of Aberdeen, MA (Hons) English 2000; University of Edinburgh, LLB (2003); University of Edinburgh, Diploma of Legal Practice (2004).

Lawyer Rankings

Scotland > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation

Aberdein Considine‘s client base consisting of high-net-worth individuals, SMEs and large corporates is testimony to the team’s expertise in disputes over commercial contracts, insolvency scenarios and property-related matters. Team head Euan McSherry is particularly active for clients in the retail, food and drink, oil and gas and financial sectors.