- About Us
- Criminal Law
- Road Traffic Offences
- Drug Related Offences
- Sexual Offences
- Breach Of The Peace
01224 657 657
Need criminal or road traffic advice?
Lefevre Litigation are criminal law specialists in Aberdeen. We specialise in a range of criminal legal services across Aberdeen, the wider North East and the Northern Isles. We have a team of fully qualified solicitors who will provide you with the highest level of one-to-one guidance and care to help you with your legal issues.
We have well appointed offices in the heart of the West End of Aberdeen to provide discreet and professional consultation with our team of lawyers at times to suit you. We offer early morning and early evening appointments to accomodate busy lives. We specialise in White Collar representation and are also registered to provide Legal Aid. With a wealth of experience in all aspects of criminal law, Lefevre Litigation will guide you through the legal process and specialise in road traffic offences, computer related offences, theft, assault and fraud, we will provide you with honest legal advice and representation if required.
Our areas of expertise include
Criminal Law Specialists
Come to us when you need help
We are a team of fully qualified and experienced solicitors who give discrete, friendly and helpful advice in comfortable surroundings. We offer competitive hourly rates commensurate with our experience and are also registered to provide Legal Aid.
Professional from start to finish
Gregor Kelly is currently president of the Society of Advocates in Aberdeen and is a past president of Aberdeen Bar Association.
Liam McAllister is currently Secretary of Aberdeen Bar Association.
Gregor Kelly and Lynne Freeland are Notaries Public
Call us today
01224 657 657
Or send us a message
Gregor Kelly, the senior partner, can be contacted on
gjk@ lefevre-litigation, for initial advice, a meeting can be arranged with Gregor, Lynne Freeland or Liam McAllister who between them; have a combined thirty years' experience in the field of criminal law.