Exciting Glasgow based opportunities

Practice Area: Civil Litigation, Commercial Property, Licensing
Level: Assistant, Associate, Partner, Full Time
Section: Law Firm
Location: Scotland, Glasgow
Ref: FW6925

We are pleased to be working with Miller Samuel Hill Brown on these high-profile appointments.

Commercial Property Lawyer, Glasgow

They are seeking a commercial property lawyer (2-7 years’ pqe) to join its Glasgow team.  The team specialises in all aspects of property law in Scotland, dealing with acquisitions and disposals of all sizes, from the smallest industrial unit to the largest single phase retail development built in Scotland. They act for landlords and tenants in commercial leasing and can provide support where portfolios have a cross-border element.

The role will involve:

  • purchase and sale of land/buildings
  • retail/general leasing
  • property finance
  • cross border transactions
  • property due diligence (Assignment 12555)

Licensing lawyer

This is a unique role for a licensing lawyer.  They are open to considering candidates from 1 – 6 years’ pqe with licensing experience, litigation or commercial property experience would also be beneficial.

Their portfolio spans all market sectors, including pubs, restaurants, nightclubs and supermarket chains.  You will have the opportunity to become a licensing specialist and if you have a strong interest in this area, then this could be your next long term career move.  (Assignment 12554)

For more information: www.mshblegal.com/


cameron@frasiawright.com  https://uk.linkedin.com/in/cameron-adrain-22a81627

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