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Fiona

Having completed a degree in Languages and Management, Fiona returned to University to study Law and received her Diploma in Legal Practice from the University of Strathclyde in 2014.

She trained at Mailers Solicitors where she gained experience in Conveyancing, Private Client, and Family Law and qualified in 2017. Following this, Fiona joined Raeside Chisholm in February as a Newly Qualified Solicitor and will specialise in Domestic Conveyancing.

Qualifications: BA(Hons), LLB, Dip.LP, NP

Email Fiona: f.menzies@raesidechisholm.co.uk

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