Posts Tagged: Gebbie Wilson

Snipplets from a Country Solicitor’s Chronicle

    We love this night view of our office, painted for us by local artist, Kris McKinnon.  Look out for the daytime version – coming soon! A selection of Kris’s work features in an Art Exhibition at St. Andrews Hospice, 1 Henderson Street, Airdrie ML6 6DJ (free entry), running until Sunday, 3rd September.   At… Read more »

Craig and Donna – For Better

Craig and Donna – For Better The doors slide open to reveal a visibly shattered Donna almost sleep walking towards intensive care.  It has been a devastating three weeks since Craig’s stroke. But there is some hope where, realistically, there shouldn’t have been any. Craig was in this very hospital visiting a patient when he… Read more »

The return of Craig and Donna

Craig and Donna For Better or for Worse Back by popular demand! Well, if 3 people* counts as “popular” and if saying they “quite liked it” constitutes “demand”.  As you’ll see, I don’t do fake news about my crowds.  But I am delusional so, yes, that’s my popular mandate right there!  Let’s slide some more… Read more »

Lacking in Specification: Life as a Country Solicitor.

  Lacking in Specification:  Legalese for “Talkin’ Mince” The first and last time I appeared in Court (yes, as a Solicitor – behave yourself!) was in 1983.  It didn’t go so well and I vowed then to give litigation a wide berth in future.  Strathaven’s Petrocelli I am not and it is now 34 years… Read more »

200 Years of Solicitoritis in Strathaven

A Life in the Day of a Country Lawyer A Brief Study of Solicitoritis in Strathaven from 1816-2016   I had the pleasure, last Thursday, of meeting up with Willie Park, Jim Copeland, Keith Jackson and Bob Flynn, all four of them my former Gebbie & Wilson partners, all now retired. Here they all are,… Read more »