Edinburgh estate agent Coulters appoints former rugby player as legal boss

Edinburgh estate agent Coulters has appointed Wilson Browne as legal director to strengthen its conveyancing arm.

Browne moved from professional rugby to active military service before retraining as a lawyer. Picture: Sandy Young Photography.

The firm – which has offices in Stockbridge and Edinburgh Park – said his career has seen him move from professional rugby to active military service and private security management before retraining as a lawyer. He has previously worked at Aberdein Considine and Drummond Miller.

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He said: “Coulters has a strong team and well-established reputation in the market. This is one of the fastest-growing solicitor estate agents firms in Scotland and I’m looking forward to playing a leading role in growing the business.”

Coulters executive chairman Mike Fitzgerald (left) with Wilson Browne. Picture: Sandy Young Photography.

Recently appointed executive chairman Mike Fitzgerald, said: “We are focused on investing in and growing our business and Wilson’s appointment is testament to that. We are delighted to welcome him on board, he’s a great addition to the team.”

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