Monday, 13 July 2015

GLC's Principal Solicitor admitted as a solicitor advocate

Mike Dailly (far left), Christine McLintock,
President, Law Society of Scotland (centre) and
newly admitted solicitor advocates in Scotland
Govan Law Centre (GLC) is delighted to announce that Mike Dailly has been admitted as a solicitor advocate with extended rights of audience in the Court of Session, UK Supreme Court and Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in civil cases.

Mike has been Principal Solicitor at GLC since September 1999, and has worked with the Board and colleagues to grow the law centre, and develop the range of specialist legal services which it now provides across Scotland.

He has a strong interest in several legal areas, including housing, public law, human rights, financial services and consumer rights law and regularly undertakes contentious litigation on behalf of GLC clients. The ability to represent clients in the superior courts, and the skills acquired during the extended rights of audience course, has already benefited GLC's clients, and will also assist GLC as it takes its new Public Interest Litigation Unit forward working with key stakeholders and partners.