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Shepherd and Wedderburn appoint new chief executive

Shepherd and Wedderburn has announced the appointment of its new Chief Executive, Stephen Gibb.

Mr Gibb was unanimously voted in by the firm’s Partners and will succeed Patrick Andrews on 1 May 2012, when Mr Andrews completes his second term.

“I’m delighted to announce the Partners’ appointment of Stephen Gibb as Shepherd and Wedderburn’s new Chief Executive,” said Chairman James Will. “Having served as Patrick’s deputy for the past three years, Stephen is well-placed to take on this role as the firm continues to grow its operations in the UK and overseas. Stephen’s enthusiasm, drive and experience make him the right person for this job.”

“I am very excited about my new role within the firm,” said Stephen Gibb. “It’s been great working with Patrick over the past three years and, through his guidance, I now feel well prepared to take on the challenges that lie ahead.”


March 2012


  • Protecting consumers from scams and rip-offs (date added: 29 March 2012)
  • Shepherd and Wedderburn appoint new chief executive (date added: 27 March 2012)
  • Contract formation for the electronic age (date added: 26 March 2012)
  • Commission to boost protection for posted workers (date added: 23 March 2012)
  • Scotland Bill (date added: 22 March 2012)
  • Tightening up procurement (date added: 20 March 2012)
  • Views sought on dismissal rules (date added: 16 March 2012)
  • Cyber crime team to tackle organised tax fraud (date added: 14 March 2012)
  • Commission report on local voting rights (date added: 13 March 2012)
  • European Commission Consultation on lack of gender diversity (date added: 08 March 2012)
  • Call for 'greater clarity' in Land Registration Bill (date added: 07 March 2012)
  • Regulation of health care professionals (date added: 06 March 2012)
  • Offensive Behaviour Act now in force (date added: 02 March 2012)