Central Court Lawyers were founded in 1997 with a simple ethos, the pursuit of excellence in the provision of legal services. Since then, the firm's increasing market share has vindicated this approach, which continues to be the driving force behind the firm. Central court lawyers believe the law is a vocation rather than a simple job, and we appreciate the significance of the cases which we deal with for our clients. We will ensure that our clients receive the best legal advice possible, delivered in an understanding and professional manner whether repeat offenders or people involved in the criminal justice system for the first time. Legal advice is available 24 hours a day every day.
Ian Bryce has practiced exclusively as a Criminal Lawyer since 1997, and qualified as a Criminal Solicitor-Advocate in 2005.
Neil Robertson, first started practising law in West Lothian in 1994.
Craig Scott graduated with an Honours degree in Law from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow and obtained his Diploma in Legal Practice from the same institution.
Craig completed his traineeship and thereafter worked as a Solicitor for a firm in Angus, where he represented clients in Court on a daily basis, before joining Central Court Lawyers in December 2017. He proved to be a dynamic addition to our team and quickly established himself amongst our clients. This is evidenced by the many positive reviews we receive from clients about Craig, both face to face and online.
Craig is a promising and diligent young lawyer, experienced in dealing with a wide variety of cases in the Sheriff Courts and in the Justice of the Peace Courts. In addition, he regularly prepares for and instructs Counsel for cases in the High Court of Justiciary.