Landmark Information Group  is celebrating the achievement of Andre Boyle who was recently awarded Accredited Legal Technologist by the Law Society of Scotland. Andre is Head of Technology at Millar & Bryce the property search and information specialists in Scotland, part of Landmark Information Group.
Andre is only the fifth person to achieve the status since the scheme launched in November 2019, and is the first person outside of a non-traditional law firm to attain the accreditation.
Legal technology specialist Andre, was awarded the honour in recognition of his expertise in technological innovation for legal services. With a career spanning 25 years in IT and technology, and 13 years specifically spent operating across three of Scotland’s leading law firms, Andre joined Millar & Bryce in January 2019 where he uses his wealth of experience in the property and legal industry to help deliver innovative technical services and products, in partnership with the firms’ customers.
Simon Brown, CEO of Landmark Information Group said, “Congratulations to Andre – he has shown great commitment, expertise and technological knowledge and we are all very proud of his individual achievement. We are fortunate to have a highly experienced and dedicated team of experts across our Group and it is always an honour for our people to be recognised by their industry and peers in this way. The fact that Andre is the first person to achieve this accreditation outside of a traditional law-firm speaks volumes for his skill, and we thank Andre for his continued service and support that he delivers at Millar & Bryce.”
Richard Hepburn, Managing Director at Millar & Bryce, said: “This is fantastic recognition for a dedicated technology professional who continuously looks for more efficient and customer-friendly ways of working. As our direct link into the significant technology resources of our parent company, Landmark Information Group, Andre is not only able to keep fully abreast of the latest developments in the legal technology space, he also leads in the creation of new and innovative solutions for Millar & Bryce and the Group.”
The Accredited Legal Technologist is a voluntary accreditation, through which the Law Society of Scotland aims to create a community of technologists, who work to drive excellence in the legal technology profession in Scotland and further afield. It aims to become a quality marque for all those working in legal technology, to provide assurances to the public, clients and the legal profession as a whole.
For further information regarding the Accredited Legal Technologist scheme visit: https://www.lawscot.org.uk/members/career-growth/specialisms/areas-of-specialism/accredited-legal-technologist/ .