Shuna Stirling > Brodies LLP > Glasgow, Scotland > Lawyer Profile

Brodies LLP
110 QUEEN STREET
GLASGOW
G1 3BX
Scotland

Work Department

Corporate and commercial.

Position

Shuna is a partner in Brodies corporate team. She is a recognised expert in corporate law, ranked in both Chambers and Legal 500.

Shuna has 25 years’ experience advising on acquisitions, disposals, joint ventures, investments, MBOs and corporate restructuring work. She also provides general commercial and corporate governance advice to a broad range of Scottish, national and international clients ranging from private individuals/owner managed businesses and SMEs to some of the UK’s largest corporates and multi-national organisations.

In addition, Shuna is known in the marketplace as a “go to” for corporate real estate work, advising on the corporate aspects of investing in real estate through a variety of different corporate wrappers, both onshore and offshore.

Sectors focuses include food and drink, healthcare, real estate, energy, IEM and motoring.

Career

Trained Biggart Baillie, qualified 1997, assistant 1997-2000; McGrigors 2000, associate 2002, director 2004; partner Brodies LLP 2006.

Memberships

Law Society of Scotland.

Education

Hutchesons’ Grammar School; University of Strathclyde (1994 LLB Hons; 1995 DipLP).

Leisure

Walking, gym, travel.

Lawyer Rankings

Scotland > Corporate and commercial > Corporate and commercial: Edinburgh and Glasgow

(Leading individuals)

Shuna StirlingBrodies LLP

With offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen, Brodies LLP is well-placed to handle national mandates across Scotland, and it also deals with a steady stream of cross-border work. It acts for a wide range of clients, including private and public companies, institutions, high-net-worth individuals and third sector organisations. Glasgow-based corporate partner Neil Burgess recently succeeded Shuna Stirling as head of corporate and commercial; Sterling has noted experience in M&A, management buy-outs, commercial matters, corporate governance and restructuring. William McIntosh is recommended for private equity and venture capital work, and has a strong US focus. David Lightbody handles investments, restructurings and company law matters; and Neil Burgess, who has considerable international experience, handles a range of high-value corporate and commercial transactions. Long-serving corporate stalwart Julian Voge retired in April 2020.

Scotland > Corporate and commercial > Corporate and commercial: elsewhere in Scotland

Brodies LLP’s large Aberdeen-based corporate team handles a range of domestic and international deals for private and public companies and institutions, high-net-worth individuals and third sector clients. The practice incorporates a dedicated oil and gas team, making it well placed to handle deals within the sector. Key practitioners Douglas Crawford and Tom Boulton-Jones are recommended for M&A, joint ventures, investments, reorganisations and private equity matters. Glasgow-based corporate partner Neil Burgess recently succeeded Shuna Stirling as head of corporate and commercial. Gill Summers retired at the end of 2020, but the practice was boosted by the addition of former Pinsent Masons LLP partner Martin Ewan in May 2021.