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Billy-Smith

Billy Smith

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Billy’s clients and contacts tell him that he is a ‘different’ lawyer.  He agrees with this.  Clients have expressed their delight at not only Billy’s knowledge of the law but also his emotive approach to delivering advice in difficult periods of life.  He wholeheartedly believes (and delivers) that in order to be a good lawyer in today’s commercial world you must not only have a very good understanding of Scots Law and its procedures but without question you must have a strong understanding of commerciality and reality.  This is what Billy believes makes the difference; the economics of any case, he explains, tend always to be more important than any issue of law or procedure irrespective of the type of case your have.
 
Amongst Billy’s experience(s) include appearing at all levels within most of Scotland’s courts litigating cases from both a Pursuer and Defender perspective. Billy came to create Simplicity Legal in 2015 following 5 very successful years at the helm of Complete Clarity Solicitors Ltd.  

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Billy is married with a family of four (yes four!) girls.  He is very much into health and fitness.  If you’re about at 5.30am you’ll tend to find him in the local park doing his regular work outs.  He has various sporting achievements to include Tough Mudder and running the famous ‘Rocky’ steps in Philadelphia.

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