Mary Ellen Stewart called to the Bar in 2021, after training and qualifying with Brodies LLP, and latterly working there as a senior solicitor.
As a solicitor, Mary Ellen had a busy practice dealing with a broad range of commercial disputes. Her practice had a particular focus on commercial contracts, banking and finance, insolvency and professional liability litigation. When in private practice, Mary Ellen appeared in the Sheriff Courts and instructed Counsel in Court of Session cases.
Mary Ellen has a particular interest in professional liability and regulation. She also has an interest in maritime and shipping law, and is the Advocate member of the Law Society of Scotland’s Marine Law Sub-Committee. Mary Ellen is also a part-time tutor of Contract Law and Unjustified Enrichment at Edinburgh University.
Mary Ellen was appointed to the Advocate General’s panel of Nominated Presenting Officers to the Home Office in 2021.
Mary Ellen is fluent and fully literate in Scottish Gaelic and is well placed to undertake work involving consideration of documents in Gaelic.
- Administrative & Public Law
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Banking, Finance and Pensions
- Clinical Liability
- Commercial Dispute Resolution
- Competition, Procurement and Regulation
- Crime and Regulatory Law
- Information Technology
- Intellectual Property
- Media and Information Law
- Personal Injury
- Product Liability
- Professional Liability
- Public Inquiries, FAIs and Tribunals
- Real Estate Litigation