We are thrilled to share that L&M MediLaw, our dedicated medical negligence law practice, has been honoured with two prestigious accolades at the Scottish Legal Awards gala on September 29th.
At the event, L&M MediLaw was distinguished with the Excellence in Client Care award, a testament to our unwavering commitment to our clients. Adding to this accomplishment, the head of the division, Elizabeth Rose, was celebrated as the Lawyer of the Year.
David McKie, our Senior Partner, remarked: “It fills us with immense pride to see Elizabeth and her team’s dedication acknowledged. This recognition, especially in client care, encapsulates what Levy & McRae and L&M MediLaw stand for.”
Established in 2003, the Scottish Legal Awards seeks to highlight the pinnacle of Scottish law. An expert panel, with comprehensive industry knowledge, adjudicates the competition, ensuring the most notable accomplishments in Scottish law are celebrated.
Launched in early 2022, L&M MediLaw is steered by the exceptional Elizabeth Rose, accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a Specialist in medical negligence claims, who commented: “A heartfelt thank you to our committed team and to the clients, counsel, and peers for their unwavering support and testimonials. This Excellence in Client Care award truly mirrors the effort we invest daily in looking after our clients.”
Positioned in the heart of Glasgow within the Levy & McRae offices, L&M MediLaw boasts its unique brand and an accessible website: www.landmmedilaw.com. The site offers an insightful video tour of our office, illustrative infographics detailing the client journey, and videos explaining the roles of an Advocate and expert witnesses. Moreover, Elizabeth hosts a weekly Virtual Clinic, extending a friendly platform for potential clients to engage with us.
David McKie further commented “At Levy & McRae we always look to work with exceptional lawyers and people with vision. We were delighted to back the idea that Elizabeth brought to us and now to see such rapid success and recognition for the offering.”