Paul McIntosh


"Paul is a 'highly-regarded partner' in Aberdein Considine's commercial litigation and debt recovery teams, according to the 2019 edition of the Legal 500 guide."
Paul McIntosh

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Office(s): Multrees Walk, Edinburgh

Phone: 0131 221 2425

Paul McIntosh is Partner is Aberdein Considine's Legal 500-recommended Dispute Resolution department.

After training at Simpson and Marwick, Paul spent almost six years with Dundas and Wilson’s Contentious Construction department, working for a range of employer clients in the utilities, transport, and public sector.

He joined Aberdein Considine in 2012, focusing on professional negligence for lender clients. He continues to advise on construction matters and personal injury - and has advised a significant number of Edinburgh residents on challenges to statutory notice claims by the City of Edinburgh Council.

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