Senior Commercial Property Lawyer

Contract Type
Practice Area
Commercial Conveyancing, Commercial Property, Property, Real Estate
5+ yrs
Senior Commercial Property Lawyer / Glasgow / full or part time / hybrid working

Job Description

Senior Commercial Property Lawyer / Glasgow / full or part time / hybrid working


Aspire is acting on behalf of a reputable law firm in Glasgow to secure a senior commercial property lawyer or for its busy and successful real estate department in Glasgow.


The client base/work is varied and of a high quality including corporate occupier clients as well as property investment and development. The successful candidate will inherit this workload, handle clients and assist with the day to day leadership and development of the department..


Our client offers its staff a healthy work-life balance, generous salary benefits and a cohesive and positive working environment to develop ones career.


There is a clear path to partnership for those that want it and no requirement to bring a client following albeit a desire to grow ones network is preferrable.


Candidates should have/be:


  • Scots/dual qualified and currently at an Associate, Senior Associate or Legal Director level;
  • had exposure to a wide range of real estate work;
  • excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
  • a professional approach, relationship builder and team player.


Please apply below or contact Scott Caldwell for further information – confidentiality assured.


Aspire is an equal opportunity company. We celebrate diversity and are committed to working with companies who share our values and create an inclusive environment for all employees

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