Robert McDiarmid > Stronachs LLP > Aberdeen, Scotland > Lawyer Profile

Stronachs LLP
28 ALBYN PLACE
ABERDEEN
AB10 1YL
Scotland

Work Department

Dispute Resolution

Position

Robert is a Partner and Head of the Dispute Resolution Team. Robert advises a broad range of clients (foreign and domestic) on commercial dispute matters. He has extensive experience in advising and representing clients (and managing cross-border teams) in both high value and complex, multi-jurisdictional disputes. He has advised on litigation in the Scottish Court of Session, Sheriff Appeal Court and Sheriff Courts, English High Court and County Court and various forms of alternative dispute resolution, including arbitration, adjudication and mediation.  He has particular experience of commercial disputes within the energy and construction industries.  Robert has an advanced qualification from, and is a member of, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb) and he is qualified to practice as a solicitor in Scotland, England and Wales. Robert is also a Committee Member of the Northern Chapter of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.

Career

Trained Stronachs LLP 2007-2009; qualified 2009; Member of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb) 2012; QLTS (Dual Qualification, England and Wales) 2015

Languages

English, basic German

Memberships

Law Society of Scotland; Chartered Institute of Arbitrators; Law Society of England and Wales; Aberdeen Bar Association, CIArb Northern Branch Committee

Education

Oldmachar Academy; University of Aberdeen (LLB (Hons) 2005; Dip LP 2006)

Leisure

Football, motorbike, travel

Lawyer Rankings

Scotland > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation

With considerable expertise in Scotland’s northern markets‘, Stronachs LLP is particularly active in the region’s key sectors such as energy and construction, while the ‘sensible and commercial‘ team also increased its share of cross-border litigation. ‘Great tactician and pragmatic litigator‘ Robert McDiarmid heads the team, which lost Robert McDonald in March 2018 following his appointment as sheriff.