United Kingdom

The financial capital of Scotland, Edinburgh has been home to CMS since 1759. The combination with Dundas & Wilson in 2014 has strengthened this office to 115 lawyers advising on banking, financial services, corporate dispute resolution, and commercial matters.

Awarded Legal 500 Scotland Law Firm of the Year 2015 and Legal Advisor of the Year 2015 and 2016 at the Deal and Dealmakers awards, we work with local, national and international organisations.

Your team in Edinburgh, many of whom have worked in house or on secondment, will leverage the strength of CMS’ other national and international offices for your benefit. You will have the best team to deliver comprehensive solutions for your matter.

If you would like more information about our services, please come and visit us, reach out via our online contact form or give us a call.

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From the Airport

Edinburgh airport is located 8 miles away from the office.

  • Bus – buses depart approx. every 10 minutes from outside the terminal building taking you to directly into the city centre. The journey takes approx. 30 minutes.
  • Taxi – the journey takes approx. 25 minutes and costs approx £25.
  • Tram – trams depart approx. every 10 minutes from the airport taking you to directly into the city centre, with a leisurely walk to the office upon alighting.

By car

If you are travelling by car, please enter postcode EH1 2EN into your satnav for directions to the office.

An NCP car park is situated directly opposite the office. Tariffs are discounted for staff and clients.

By train

You can arrive into Edinburgh via two stations: Edinburgh Waverley and Edinburgh Haymarket. Both stations are approx. 10 minutes walk away from the office.

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