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Livingstone Brown is a leading firm of Scottish solicitors. Based in Glasgow, but dealing with cases around the country, the firm has been at the forefront of legal service provision for over thirty years. Led by former senior partner Gerard Brown CBE, who continues as a consultant, the firm has built up an enviable reputation for quality of service and client care.

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Law firm smashes fundraising milestone for charity campaign

A law firm in Glasgow has raised a staggering £13,344 after taking part in a charity will-writing scheme for the last 10 years. Livingstone Brown,...

News & Announcements Law firm smashes fundraising milestone for charity campaign

A law firm in Glasgow has raised a staggering £13,344 after taking part in a charity will-writing scheme for the last 10 years. Livingstone Brown, which takes part in the annual Will Aid campaign, has written more than 250 wills for people in exchange for a voluntary donation since it first signed up to the scheme. Julia Donnelly, a director of...

Immigration

Under paragraph 276B of the Immigration Rules, a person with 10 years continuous and lawful residence in the UK can apply for indefinite leave to...

Immigration Long Residence Visa Guidance

Under paragraph 276B of the Immigration Rules, a person with 10 years continuous and lawful residence in the UK can apply for indefinite leave to remain on the grounds of the ties they have built over a lengthy period of residence with the UK. By settling in the UK, you can live and work in the UK without time limitations. To be eligible, the...

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Sole representative visa

You can apply to come to the UK as a representative of an overseas business if you’re from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland...

Immigration Sole representative visa

You can apply to come to the UK as a representative of an overseas business if you’re from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland and you’re either: the sole representative of an overseas business planning to set up either a UK branch or wholly-owned subsidiary an employee of an overseas newspaper, news agency or...