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Ailsa
Ailsa is a Trainee Solicitor. She graduated from the University of Aberdeen in 2016, having studied both her Bachelor of Laws (LLB Hons) and Diploma in Professional Legal Practice (DPLP) in Aberdeen. She is currently in her second year of training, having joined Raeside Chisholm in July 2016. Ailsa has completed 8 months of training in residential conveyancing and is currently working in the private client department, primarily dealing with Wills, Powers of Attorney and administering estates. Ailsa also hopes to gain experience in commercial conveyancing, court work, family law and employment law during her traineeship.
 

Email Ailsa: a.doig@raesidechisholm.co.uk

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26 September 2017
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