Private Practice

Commercial Property Solicitor

Commercial Property Solicitor

  • We are seeking a Solicitor with 1-3 years' PQE to join our Commercial Property team (Property & Infrastructure division) in Glasgow.
  • The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate an appropriate range of legal knowledge within the commercial property sector to join a thriving and growing practice in commercial and residential development, commercial leasing and renewable energy.
  • In addition to the technical skills, the successful candidate will be able to work as part of a team, have strong problem-solving skills, and be willing to take an active role in the commercial development of the business.
  • If you have the attributes described, are commercially focused and can deliver high quality legal advice and excellent client service, this is a great opportunity to become a key member of our team.
  • In return, we offer an excellent working environment with a competitive salary and benefits package.

Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP

Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP is a commercial law firm, headquartered in Edinburgh, with offices in Glasgow, Aberdeen and London.

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