Alan Watt of Watt Law joins Inksters in Cumbernauld

13 November 2023

Alan Watt has joined Inksters as a consultant solicitor under our Plug and Play Law model.
Alan founded Watt Law in 2011 and has operated as a sole practitioner from The Centre in Cumbernauld since then. He is a very experienced litigator dealing with both civil and criminal cases.

Now, joining forces with national law firm Inksters, Alan’s clients will benefit from the growing number of specialist solicitors in the Inksters’ network.

Brian Inkster and Alan Watt - Inksters Solicitors - CumbernauldBrian Inkster and Alan Watt outside The Centre, Cumbernauld

Alan will continue to operate from his office in Cumbernauld and will be available for meetings in Inksters’ Glasgow HQ. The Cumbernauld office is Inksters’ thirteenth one in Scotland.

Alan Watt said, “I am grateful for this opportunity to join Inksters. After 12 years going it alone, I am looking forward to now being part of a much larger organisation with the support that offers. This can only be beneficial for both me and my clients going forward.”

Brian Inkster, CEO of Inksters, said, “I am very pleased to welcome Alan to our team.  Inksters’ aim is to allow sole practitioners to flourish by providing them with all the support they need to allow them to concentrate on the legal work that matters. Alan Watt, another court lawyer, and Cumbernauld are all an ideal fit for our continued expansion throughout Scotland.”

Inksters won both the Scottish and the UK Self-employed / Sole Trader of the Year Award from the Federation of Small Businesses last year for their model that allows sole traders to flourish under their umbrella.

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