Sheriff Principal Marysia Lewis

Sheriff Principal of Tayside, Central and Fife

Based at Perth Sheriff Court

Marysia Lewis graduated with an LLB from the University of Strathclyde in 1979. 

After her apprenticeship at Dunlop Gordon & Smythe (1979-81) she became a solicitor at Monklands District Council (1981-83) and City of Aberdeen District Council (1983-87) before moving to Ledingham Chalmers LLP (formerly Edmonds & Ledingham) firstly as solicitor and thereafter partner (1987-2008). 

She was appointed part-time sheriff in 2006 and sheriff in 2008, before taking up her appointment as Sheriff Principal in 2015. 

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