Rachel Grant

Rachel is a Partner with Brodies LLP and has specialised in insolvency law for over 25 years. She has specialist knowledge and a wealth of experience dealing with all aspects of insolvency and insolvency related matters including administration, liquidation, receivership, CVA, personal insolvency (sequestration, trust deeds), judicial factories and director disqualification. She acts for a wide range of clients including banks, insolvency practitioners, government departments, corporates, individuals and public sector and other organisations on a wide variety of contentious and non-contentious assignments. She acted for the Insolvency Service for over 10 years on director disqualification and public interest liquidations and is a recognised expert in this area.
 
Rachel is ranked in Band 1 by Chambers & Partners and noted as a Leading Individual in Insolvency by Legal 500. She is a member of R3’s General Technical Committee and Scottish Technical Committee (which she chaired for 10 years) . Rachel is also a member of the Law Society of Scotland’s Corporate, Banking and Insolvency Committee and chairs the Law Society’s Insolvency Accreditation Committee. Rachel is heavily involved in UK and Scottish government consultations on changes to Scottish and UK Insolvency law and policy. She was responsible for drafting the Scottish Banking Insolvency Rules. She regularly speaks and writes on insolvency and director duties and disqualification. Rachel is an accredited mediator and acts as mediator as well as representing clients at mediations.