Our people are genuinely our greatest asset

Esson & Aberdein continuously invests in our people, innovation and technology ensuring our clients in the North of Scotland receive exceptionally high-quality advice and service and benefit from “fresh thinking”.

Our talented and dynamic people provide exceptional support and advice to our clients, and are motivated by delivering outstanding service to clients from Mannofield to Mintlaw.

We empower and encourage every team member to deliver exceptional results, working collaboratively in a diverse, supportive and challenging environment, enabling them to achieve both their career and personal goals whilst being part of our innovative and disruptive company.

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David Coutts
Head of Family Law
David Jamieson
David Jamieson
IT Director
Gary McFadyen
Head of Operational Excellence
Gillian Martin
Gillian Martin
Debt Recovery Team Leader
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Joe Bowie
Chief Operating Officer

Joe specialises in growing legal services providers, which has included expanding a law firm from a single UK jurisdiction, to a multi-jurisdictional offering. He has worked for many of the UK’s largest banks and building societies, leading the delivery of property law, asset management and litigation services. His background and experience has offered him significant exposure and a deep understanding of regulation, compliance and governance in both the legal and financial sectors.

Joni Esson
Managing Director
Julie Hamill
Senior Associate
Laura Hutchison
Property Management & Lettings Director
Lynn Nesbitt
Senior Property Consultant
Lynn Reid
Lynn Reid
Head of People
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Malcolm Cannon
Managing Director of Property Services
Mike Hutchison
Head of Property Management & Lettings
Pamela Anderson
Financial Controller
Rob Aberdein
Chief Executive Officer
Shari O'Hare
Residential Conveyancing Paralegal
Sophie Stein
Executive assistant to Rob Aberdein
Tom Barrie
Executive Chairman

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