Katie Russell

Solicitor

Katie Russell

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Office(s): Waterloo Street, Glasgow
West End, Glasgow

Phone: 0141 2278206


Katie is a solicitor in Aberdein Considine’s residential conveyancing team based in Glasgow, working from both the Waterloo Street office and the Byres Road office.

She deals with residential sales and purchases, remortgages, security work and general conveyancing matters.

Katie graduated from the University of Aberdeen with Honours in 2013 and continued her studies there to complete her Diploma in Professional Legal Practice in 2014. She then undertook her traineeship with a law firm in Perth and qualified as a solicitor in 2016.

Before joining Aberdein Considine, Katie worked in a large private client law firm in Edinburgh dealing primarily with rural and estate conveyancing.

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