Robertson was a previously a partner with the firm up until its 2006 demerger
Ledingham Chalmers has appointed Stuart Robertson as partner to its Aberdeen-based employment team.
Robertson is making his return to Ledingham Chalmers after a seven-year gap.
He was formerly a partner with the firm until its demerger in 2006.
Robertson was most recently a partner and latterly consultant with Paull and Williamsons LLP, until late 2012.
He was previously head of legal affairs for the Commission for Racial Equality in Scotland, and currently sits on the Law Society of Scotland Discrimination Law Accreditation Panel.
Ledingham Chalmers chairman Jennifer Young said: "We are very pleased to welcome Stuart back to the firm.
“He adds considerable experience to our very busy employment law group, heading up the team alongside Inverness-based partner Kirk Tudhope, and associate Veli-Matti Raikkonen in Aberdeen.
"He has continued to work at the highest level in the years since his departure in 2006, and brings with him expertise which will be a significant asset to our wide-ranging portfolio of clients, along with a familiarity with the firm which is invaluable.”