The following solicitors make up our team, which can provide you with employment law advice and services at Moray Employment Law.
Please feel free to get in touch with any one of us for a free, without-obligation chat about your needs and your situation – so we can work out whether we can help you and, if so, how best to do that.
Originally from Elgin, where she went to school, Adelle did her training with a large and prestigious firm of solicitors in Edinburgh. She joined Moray Employment Law in 2013. She specialises in Employment law and her work includes both contentious and non-contentious matters including settlement agreements, interpretation of employment contracts, grievance procedures, disciplinary issues, redundancy and transfer of undertakings. She has a special interest in the implications of Social Media in the workplace.
Neil worked with Western Isles Council before joining Grigor & Young in the late 1980s and becoming a partner shortly afterwards. He specialises in Licensing, Commercial, Environmental and Employment law. He acts for a number of major distillery companies and for the Malt Distillers’ Association of Scotland.
Having lived in Edinburgh for the first 25 years of his life, Peter moved to Moray on completion of his traineeship with Balfour & Manson in 1992. He has been with Grigor & Young ever since and became a partner in 1999. His main area of work is in relation to claims for compensation for personal injuries, much of which derives from accidents in the workplace. He is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a Specialist in Personal Injury Law.
Originally from Staffordshire in England, Alexa moved to Aberdeen in 2008 to study for her Law degree. She graduated in 2012 and after having worked in Property Law in Aberdeen and Stonehaven, she relocated with her family to Elgin. With a keen interest in Employment Law Alexa joined our team in February 2016. Alexa works alongside Adelle as a Legal Executive. She enjoys writing articles for our website and keeping up to date with developments in Employment Law.