Minster Law’s strategic move into the Scottish personal injury market

Minster Law, a prominent legal firm originating in Wakefield, is expanding its reach with the launch of Minster Law Scotland, a strategic move aimed at strengthening its presence in the wider UK market. Leading the office is Marina Harper, appointed as executive director of the new Scottish branch. With over 17 years of experience in Scottish personal injury law, Harper is poised to steer the company towards success. 

Harper expressed her enthusiasm for the role, “It’s great to be joining Minster Law Scotland and heading up this new Scottish business. Minster is recognised as one of the most contemporary, forward-thinking PI law firms in the UK market.” 

The company will establish its Scottish operations in Glasgow, a city renowned for its thriving legal services sector, with Harper adding, “Our decision to have a presence here was driven by our desire to build a team made up of the very best talent in the Scottish personal injury market. 

 Through our partnerships with major UK motor insurance providers, we will be serving clients the length and breadth of Scotland, so we’re keen to speak to experienced personal injury solicitors/paralegals looking for a fresh challenge, with the opportunity to join one of the most respected personal injury law firms in the UK.”   

Shirley Woolham, CEO of Minster Law, expressed her delight at the company’s expansion into Scotland, stating, “We’re a business that prides itself on listening to the needs of our customer and business partners. The decision to create a Scottish operation has been made in direct response to those needs and I’m delighted the business has chosen Glasgow as its base and that we have been able to attract someone of the calibre of Marina.” 

 With its values-driven approach and focus on client needs, Minster Law Scotland is set to make a significant impact on the Scottish legal landscape.  

 

 

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Emma Cockings
Emma is the content editor for Yorkshire Legal News. Emma is an experienced writer with a background in client-centric personal injury law for a major firm. She has attended and reported on numerous high-profile legal events in Yorkshire.