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At Thorntons we’ve being doing what’s right for our clients and communities for over 150 years. As one of Scotland’s largest and most respected full-service legal and property firms, we deliver high quality practical advice with exceptional levels of client care. Ultimately, we want to help individuals and businesses deal with life’s challenges: and make the most of the opportunities.
With offices across Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Angus, Fife and Perth; 60 Partners supported by over 450 colleagues – many of who are accredited specialist lawyers in their area of law; you can be sure of getting the best support and advice for your needs.
60 partners and over 450 colleagues.
All across Scotland, in 11 locations.
in our people ensures we deliver the best possible advice.
through continual investment.
At Thorntons we live by what we can do for you: doing what’s right for our people, our clients and our communities.
We value our people greatly and support them in career-long development with training and flexible opportunities. It’s their expertise, problem-solving skills, and effective communication and collaboration that enables us to give you the warm and approachable service we’re renowned for.
As well as providing the highest level of client advice and service, we play an active role in supporting the communities we serve. By helping charitable organisations and community groups to reinvest in their local areas, we can play our part in helping make better futures for everyone.
We don’t do all this because we have to: we do it because it’s the right thing to do.
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