Harper Macleod duo accredited as Construction Law Specialists
Two partners at law firm Harper Macleod have been accredited as Construction Law Specialists by the Law Society of Scotland.
Euan Pirie, head of the firm’s Infrastructure and Projects team, and Michael Conroy, who leads on Construction, have been recognised as being among Scotland’s leading advisers in this area.
The accreditation scheme recognises solicitors who develop specialist knowledge during their careers and assists those requiring assistance in choosing a solicitor with the necessary expertise, particularly in more complex cases.
Euan focuses on complex and high-value construction and engineering contracts, focusing on the education, health, housing and transport sectors. He is one of Scotland’s leading lawyers in relation to projects procured under the hub initiative, and regularly advises major international contractors in relation to projects throughout the UK.
He is regarded as a ‘Leader in the Field’ in Projects and Construction by Chambers UK Guide to the Legal Profession. Euan is also listed by Legal 500 as a “Recommended Lawyer” in Construction and Projects.
Michael, who advises both private and public sector clients on a wide variety of projects, is listed by Chambers UK as a “Leader in the Field” in Construction Law, where he has been recognised for his years of experience in contentious and non-contentious construction matters. Michael is also listed by Legal 500 as a “Recommended Lawyer” in Construction.