Alan Watt and Watt Law join forces with Inksters in Cumbernauld

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Alan Watt and Watt Law join forces with Inksters in Cumbernauld

Brian Inkster and Alan Watt - Inksters Solicitors - Cumbernauld

Alan Watt has joined Inksters as a consultant solicitor under the ‘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.

Alan Watt in 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.

Brian Inkster and Alan Watt - Inksters Solicitors - Cumbernauld

Brian Inkster and Alan Watt at The Centre, Cumbernauld

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.

Plug & Play Law like Alan Watt

Inksters have developed a ‘plug and play law’ model where senior lawyers can work as a collective, with enhanced technology and back-office support. Where a hub-and-spoke model exists with a back office ‘hub’ (in Glasgow) andspokeselsewhere (currently in Aberdeen, Cumbernauld (with Alan Watt), Dunkeld, Edinburgh, Eigg, Forfar, Inverness, Lerwick, Portree, Renfrew, Thurso and Wick).

Award Winning

Inksters won both the Scottish and the UK Self-employed / Sole Trader of the Year Award from the Federation of Small Businesses in 2022 for their model that allows sole traders to flourish under their umbrella.

Nine Benefits of being a Consultant Solicitor at Inksters

Inksters’ Plug & Play Law model gives you nine benefits as a self-employed consultant in a fee-sharing law firm compared to setting up on your own or with others or, indeed, being employed by or in partnership with other solicitors. You, like Alan Watt:-

  • Can just do law
  • Have complete flexibility on your own terms
  • Get the reward for what you do via a fee-share
  • Reduce your costs
  • Get all the benefits that a larger organisation can offer
  • Become part of an award winning law firm
  • Have access to a diverse range of clients
  • Have the best technology to assist you
  • Get Brian Inkster

For more details do download the Plug & Play Law Guide.

If it interests you, do contact Brian Inkster for a chat.