M&B Finalist in the Scottish Legal Awards 2020

Published January 16, 2020

We are delighted to be shortlisted as a finalist in the Scottish Legal Awards 2020 in two categories:

• Legal Technology Award
• Support Team of the Year

Andre Boyle, Head of Technology at Millar & Bryce, comments: ‘We are proud of the recognition we have received by being shortlisted for the Legal Technology Award. With significant investment made in our technology, people and support systems, we are 100% focused on leading digital transformation in the Scottish property market. Millar & Bryce’s purpose of “transforming data into information that helps people make informed property decisions” is being successfully delivered thanks to the adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning to support our data gathering and service delivery processes, helping to support our clients’ ever-evolving needs. We look forward to a great night celebrating all finalists at the Awards Ceremony in Glasgow.’

The second category in which Millar & Bryce has been nominated as a finalist, is the Support Team of the Year. Gary Donaldson leads the Product & Operations teams at Millar & Bryce; ‘We use our passion for data and technology to transform the property transaction process, making it simpler and better for everyone involved. The provision of integrated, one-stop-shop, services becomes ever more important in a cost and time-pressured legal services space. This can only be achieved through collaboration between related providers with shared values, creating simplicity and effectiveness for customers. This is all about teams seamlessly working together, around a technology backbone. The collaboration between Millar & Bryce and DUAL Asset Underwriting, delivers excellence in search and risk protection services.’

About the Scottish Legal Awards 2020: The highly regarded judging panel met last month to assess more than 80 entries received from 48 firms from across Scotland. Following a robust debate, 14 individuals and 32 teams have been shortlisted in yet another strong year for the independent competition. Chair of the judging panel, Shonaig Macpherson CBE FRSE DUni LL.B, commented; “The awards’ objective is to recognise Scotland’s leading firms, teams and individuals who operate at the forefront of our national legal system. This year’s entries have again demonstrated the strength and robust health of our country’s legal sector. In a year of landmark cases and continued innovation to support clients, entrants have provided us with examples of excellence across the breadth of their activities in Scottish law. The Judges offer their congratulations to the finalists and look forward to celebrating with them in March.”