Northern expansion for Alex Hutcheon + Co Solicitors

Adrian Hutcheon, left, and Andrew Bruce

Alex Hutcheon + Co Solicitors has appointed two new partners to the business as the firm, which had just celebrated its 25thanniversary, plans for growth across the North-east and by building on its range of services.

Peterhead-born Andrew Bruce, who joined the firm this month, brings with him more than 18 years’ knowledge and expertise in residential and commercial property across Aberdeenshire. With considerable experience also in corporate work and liquor licensing, he will divide his time between Peterhead and Aberdeen, with a focus on securing new business and growing the firm’s presence right across the Buchan area.

Adrian Hutcheon has worked in various roles with the firm since leaving school eight years ago, taking up a full-time position after graduating from the University of Aberdeen with First Class Honours in Scots Law in 2021. 

Since then he has gained his Diploma in Professional Legal Practice and completed his two-year legal traineeship with the company, specialising in private client work. He is also experienced in estate agency, residential and commercial property transactions and executry administration.

Alongside expansion in Peterhead, Fraserburgh and Ellon, both men will be involved in growing the firm’s commercial client work portfolio.

“These appointments demonstrate our commitment to achieving further growth by strengthening our firm in key divisions and growing our geographical presence,” said Alex Hutcheon, senior partner and owner of Alex Hutcheon + Co Solicitors. “Building on our foundation of 25 years’ experience, we remain firmly focused on the future servicing our existing client base while securing new clients in additional legal areas where we are not as prominent.”

The Latest Stories

Forestry is a high growth sector too
Dundee People Development Company appoints new Director of Corporate Development and Marketing
Shoosmiths surpasses £200 million revenue mark
Further growth in output in Scotland in June says Royal Bank Business Growth Tracker