TOP Glasgow lawyer Mike Dailly is joining the Evening Times’s line-up of columnists.

He’ll be making his debut in tomorrow’s edition of the paper, which he described as “the best community paper ever”.

Dailly is solicitor advocate at the Govan Law Centre and is a campaigner for social justice and consumer rights.

He’s looking forward to joining your team of top columnists – and will be supporting a good cause in the process.

Dailly said: “I’m proud to be joining the Evening Times as a weekly columnist. Glasgow is the greatest city in the world and this is the best community newspaper ever.

“I will endeavour to represent all voices from across our city. My focus will be on solutions.”

All the income from Dailly’s column will be going to Glasgow SW Foodbank.

He’s also giving readers a tease of what to expect from his first column in your paper.

The lawyer said: “I’ve been mulling over the best issue for my first Evening Times column.

“It’s something that affects so many Glaswegians and Scots so unfairly... something I was advocating for in Scotland’s Supreme Court last week.

“My first column will be about the unlawful overcharging of disabled Scots by millions each year.”

The Govan Law Centre is an independent, community-controlled free legal resource based in Glasgow.

It uses the law to challenge poverty, discrimination and disadvantage – tackling crucial issues including homelessness and welfare rights.

Evening Times editor Callum Baird said: “We’re so pleased to be welcoming Mike to the paper. His voice will help us fight to end injustices in Glasgow.”