Mr Brodie is an associate within the Personal Injury Practice Area Unit.
Mr Brodie joined Livingstone Brown in 2017, after completing his traineeship with one of Scotland’s largest personal injury firms. Mr Brodie is a graduate of the University of Glasgow, obtaining his LLB (Hons) (First Class), and his Diploma in Professional Legal Practice (with Distinction).
Mr Brodie has vast experience of all areas of personal injury work, including road traffic accident, employer liability, occupier liability and medical negligence. He also represents a large number of clients who are survivors of historical child abuse. Mr Brodie regularly conducts litigation in the Sheriff Court and has many cases in the Court of Session. In 2019 Mr Brodie represented individuals and a Charity at the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. Mr Brodie is well placed to offer advice on all personal injury matters, and in particular cases related to historic abuse.
In addition to his busy personal injury practice, Mr Brodie also has a successful Judicial Review and statutory appeal practice. He represented the interests of petitioners in the case of McHattie v South Ayrshire Council, a leading judgement in Judicial Review cases.
Mr Brodie is a Notary Public, and a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and Association of Child Sexual Abuse Lawyers. He is also an associate member of the Glasgow University Legal Network.
In February 2020 he was named the Scottish Legal News Lawyer of the Month.
Mr Brodie regularly advises clients on the Scottish Governments financial redress scheme for survivors of historical child abuse.