Laura Brown
Law Accountant


Laura began her career as a typist for Intelligent Office (now Williams Lea), quickly rising to the role of team leader. Celebrated for her speed and accuracy, Laura's passion for exceptional administrative support led her to a position as a legal secretary.


She honed her skills at the Glasgow-based high street firm, Livingstone Brown. There, she supported vulnerable clients through complex litigation, gaining expertise in processing legal aid applications and accounts.


Laura later transitioned to the corporate world, joining Shoosmiths in Edinburgh as PA to Rod Macphail and Andrew Foyle within their debt recovery team.


While working full-time, she earned three prestigious paralegal qualifications in criminal litigation, debt recovery and employment litigation from the University of Stirling and the University of Strathclyde.


Empowered by her experience, Laura confidently launched her own business, enjoying the flexibility and diverse challenges it offers.

Outside of work, Laura is an avid runner (tackling distances from 5km to half marathons), a member of her local speakers' club, and an amateur Latin dancer.



  • General degree in English and Philosophy
  • Graduate Diploma in Criminal Litigation
  • Graduate Certificate in Debt Recovery
  • Graduate Certificate in Employment Litigation

Particular Areas of Experience:

  • Employment tribunals
  • Children's hearings
  • Family law (divorce, separation, powers of attorney, guardianship, contact, residence)
  • Immigration and asylum
  • Civil disputes (Sheriff Court, Court of Session)
  • Debt recovery
  • Mental Health Tribunal

Professional Memberships:

  • Member of Forth Valley Chamber of Commerce
  • Member of Forth Association of Business
  • Approved Member of The Society of Virtual Assistants
  • Fellow of The Institute of Legal Secretaries & PAs

Other Information:

  • Registered with the Information Commissioner's Office
  • Fully insured (professional indemnity, cyber insurance)


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