Scottish ;firm ;Tods Murray has elected a new executive partner in the shape of corporate head David Dunsire, who takes over from incumbent Peter Misselbrook in June.
Misselbrook, who has held the executive partner role for the past four and a half years, having served two years as chairman prior to that, will return to full-time fee-earning in June. His practice focuses on commercial and rural property.
Misselbrook said: “The next few years will be an interesting and challenging time for all law firms and, having enjoyed steering Tods Murray through the journey in the last few years, I’m confident in David’s abilities to take over the helm and steer us forward.”
Dunsire, who has been a partner with Tods Murray since 1986, will work alongside the executive board. The board, which is chaired by Ian McPake, has also been overhauled after a number of partners’ terms ended.