Senior Solicitor shortlisted for Ex-Forces Business Award


Scullion has announced that Senior Solicitor Stephanie Grieve has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Reservist of the Year at the Scottish Ex-Forces in Business Awards 2024.

As the world’s largest celebration of ex-military in second careers, the awards recognise the value veterans add to businesses as well as the employers that support the transition of servicemen and women.

“Scullion LAW is supporting me in providing members of the Armed Forces, both serving personnel and veterans, with the best legal representation.

I am honoured to be shortlisted as a finalist for Reservist of the Year and proud to be part of a firm that recognises my potential”, said Stephanie Grieve, Senior Solicitor at Scullion LAW.

Shortlisted from over 300 nominations, Stephanie Grieve has shown great discipline, selfless commitment and respect for others whilst achieving the best possible outcome for her clients. 

The team at Scullion LAW will be cheering on their colleague at the Awards ceremony and gala dinner, taking place on the 14 March 2024 in the DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow’s Grand Ballroom.

“Stephanie captured the very essence of what Scullion LAW strives for, improving lives and making a difference. Her military background really shows in the standard of her work- her high standards of care, client focus, and integrity, all of which make her a real asset to our team. We wish her all the best at the upcoming awards night,” said Kris Buchanan, Director and Head of Criminal Law at Scullion LAW.

Scullion LAW is committed to assisting military personnel and their families for all their legal needs. In 2023 the firm was formally presented with the Armed Forces Covenant (AFC). Symbolising the firm’s resolute commitment to supporting armed forces members, whether in active service or veterans. Additionally, they were honoured to receive the Employer Recognition Scheme Bronze Award, highlighting their dedication to fostering a military-friendly workplace.

In recognition of the contribution to society and the sacrifices members of the armed forces have made, Scullion LAW offer all service members a 10% discount on all legal services, as part of their ongoing efforts to support those in the Armed Forces. Scullion LAW endeavours to be the Armed Forces’ Law Firm for Life.

Nicholas Scullion, Managing Director at Scullion LAW, commented that Stephanie had enormous potential. He said, “She is a brilliant member of the team. We love supporting our forces and recognise the sacrifices they make every day in keeping us safe.”,

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