Eilidh is President of the Law Society of Scotland. She was first elected to the Society’s Council in August 2009, was re-elected in 2011 and 2014 as one of the Edinburgh constituency representatives. She previously served as Convenor of the Education and Training Committee, on the Board of Council and the editorial board of the Society’s Journal magazine. Much of her professional career has been spent in the larger commercial practices and until April 2014, she held the position of partner and UK head of Employment and Pensions at Dundas & Wilson CS LLP and sat on the firm’s Board. Eilidh’s other interests include being a Trustee of National Museums of Scotland, Legal Assessor and a member of the Personnel Appeal Group of the Church of Scotland. Eilidh is an enthusiastic golfer, a bookworm, novice bridge player and very slow jogger. She has two sons, Tom and Matthew, and two working cocker spaniels, Lola and Belle.
UK vote to leave the EU - a view from Scotland
Eilidh Wiseman, President of the Law Society of Scotland shares her reaction to the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.