Member of the Week - Munro & Noble

Munro & Noble is a long established Highland firm, with records indicating that the company has been providing legal services throughout Inverness and the Highlands since 1907.

Now employing 38 members of staff, Munro & Noble has built a strong reputation over time, allowing the firm to grow and attract solicitors at the peak of their profession.  Munro & Noble now offers an extensive range of legal services, as well as a depth of experience and knowledge, particularly in relation to matters such as conveyancing, family and child law, wills and executry, corporate and commercial law.  The firm now also operates a thriving estate agency as well as a busy financial services department.

Munro & Noble are extremely committed to providing employment and support for the communities in the local area and to passing on a sustainable legacy to future generations.  The firm is also now an accredited Living Wage employer.

In achieving their objectives, Munro & Noble aim to be socially and ethically aware.  Where possible, the firm will actively encourage individuals that wish to enter the legal profession by engaging them on work experience programmes, offering summer internships, or just by giving general advice on the skill base required to be successful within the legal profession.

Munro & Noble are also actively involved in providing sponsorship of events, in charitable giving, providing mentoring and generally looking after the environment.  Munro & Noble are committed to supporting both local and national charities, with dedicated members of staff who work tirelessly to fund raise for nominated charities.  Amongst the charities that the firm supports are Chamber members The Shirlie Project and Highland Hospice.

We spoke to Bruce Miller, Senior Partner at Munro & Noble to find out a little bit more about his background and his role.  Born in Wick, Caithness in 1954, Bruce went on to education at Wick High School and Edinburgh University where he graduated with an LLB in 1975.  Bruce worked in private practice in Ross-shire before joining Munro & Noble as a general practitioner in 1982.

He became a partner in 1983 and is now Senior Partner and resident partner in the firm's Property Shop specialising in Conveyancing, Estate Agency, Mortgages and Financial Services. He also has considerable experience of crofting law and croft related matters.  Mr Miller oversees a large conveyancing team and the property shop based at 42 Church Street.  Bruce is also a Notary Public.  We asked Bruce why Munro & Noble would like to feature as Member of the Week:

“The Inverness Chamber of Commerce has proved invaluable as a support to both ourselves and to the business community as a whole. 

Although very busy, we are not complacent, and are working hard to reach new standards in providing excellence in legal and estate agency advice.

Currently recruiting, we would like to hear from qualified solicitors, paralegals, estate and lettings agents and support staff that are ambitious, not only for themselves, but to provide the very best in client care and service.  We are going places, are you?”

 

Keep an eye out this week for more information on the various departments within Munro & Noble.  Meantime, visit the Munro & Noble website, and don't forget to follow social media:

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