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CMS has been in Glasgow for over 30 years.  We have 100 lawyers advising on real estate, corporate, construction, employment, banking, IP/ IT and infrastructure matters. Glasgow is also home to CMS’ Legal Services Unit.

The team is fully immersed in our local markets and works seamlessly with our 70+ offices around the world to bring a global perspective to our work in Scotland. 

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.

Find out more about CMS Scotland.

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Glasgow Airport

The airport is located 9 miles away from the office.

  • Bus – First Bus 77 depart every 10 minutes from outside the terminal building taking you to directly into the city centre. The journey takes approx. 25 minutes.
  • Taxi – the journey is approx. 20 minutes and costs approx £20.
  • Train – with a short bus journey to Paisley train station, trains depart every 15 minutes to Glasgow Central station. The journey takes approx. 40 minutes.

By car

If you are travelling by car, please enter postcode G2 1AP into your satnav for directions to the office.

There is an NCP car park situated on Cambridge Street, a leisurely 10 minute walk away. Tariffs are discounted for staff and clients.

By train

Trains arrive into Glasgow Queen Street or Glasgow Central stations where the office is a short walk away.

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CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
1 West Regent Street
G2 1AP
United Kingdom


IP Updates in the Food & Drink Sector
Join our expert speakers for a webinar on IP developments in the Food & Drink sector with a particular focus on recent cases, north and south of the border.  The webinar will provide an overview of the...
Spotlight Scotland - Event programme
Our spotlight series brings you a dedicated programme of events, both digital and in-person, around the issues and topics that matter to you.Join us to keep up to date with the latest developments in your area.You can find out more about our events and register below. You can also view our previous webinars on demand.
Class Action Risk in the Food and Drink Sector
Class action claims are a reality and are only growing in number. The risks to food producers and suppliers come in many forms, whether it be employees, consumers or even shareholders. In this session...
Construction Focus 2024
The CMS Scotland Construction team invites you to Construction Focus 2024, our annual construction law review taking place in our Glasgow office.During this in-person session, we will review the latest construction law developments, consider the key issues, and provide practical insight on market trends.This will in­clude:Prac­tic­al implications of the continued rise in ESG Re­quire­ments­Man­age­ment of Fluctuation Provisions and Inflation in Con­tractsLe­gis­lat­ive Changes Affecting Con­struc­tion­Please join us for networking drinks following the session, even if you are unable to make it to the seminar.Please register using the button below so that we can ensure there's enough space and refreshments for everyone.We look forward to welcoming you!  
Risk Essentials: What's next in digital assets disputes?
 Digital assets disputes have opened with a bang in 2024. The hotly-an­ti­cip­ated Crypto Open Patent Alliance v Craig White "identity issue" trial has packed a super court and an overspill court at the Rolls Building, with another 400+ people following it online. In this session, Vanessa Whitman and Rachel Harrison from our FS & Crypto Disputes team look at how the courts are dealing with the unique legal challenges presented by digital assets. They will look back at the key decisions of 2023 before forecasting what else will be on the agenda in 2024 and beyond. To register for the event, please click the button below.
CMS Advertising & Marketing Conference
We would like to welcome you to our 2024 CMS Advertising & Marketing Conference on Tuesday 19 March, providing updates on legal and regulatory issues affecting the sector. We’re delighted to be joined...
Next Generation Financial Services networking
 We are hosting our first Next Generation Financial Services networking event from 5pm on Thursday 14 March in our CMS London office.As part of this event, we will be sharing our thoughts and insights on the latest regulatory developments, followed by the opportunity to connect and discuss further over drinks and canapes.The event is aimed at junior/mid-level professionals (i.e. non-partner level) and will provide a great opportunity to connect, share insights and expand professional networks. If you are interested in attending, or you know junior/mid-level professionals who may be interested, the registration link is below.
Navigating Complexity: Tackling Tricky HR Issues
London - 13 March 2024, 17:00 - 18:30 GMT Edinburgh - 16 April 2024, 15:30 - 17:00 BST Glasgow - 18 April 2024, 12:30 - 14:00 BST Aberdeen - 2 May 2024, 08:30 - 10:00 BST
Life Science Fundamentals
We are delighted to invite you to our new Life Science Fundamentals workshops, 2024. The workshops will take place in-person at our Cannon Place, London office and will be followed by lunch and an opportunity...
CMS International Women's Day: "An Audience with Rupal Patel"
Thursday 7 March 2024
CMS Spring Seminar Series 2024: “Bricks & Mortar: The Life Cycle of Commercial...
Thursday 7, 14 and 21 March 2024  
Lexology Masterclass: The future of AI in financial services, where innovation...
Our CMS Regulatory team and NextWave have partnered up to host a Lexology Masterclass on the future of AI in financial services on 29 February at 9.30am.In this webinar, we will offer practical insights into how financial institutions are navigating the AI landscape. We will look at the challenges to regulating AI, how firms are approaching AI and how they can leverage existing tech­no­lo­gies.Join us as we delve into specific regulatory concerns for financial institutions, while showcasing noteworthy AI use cases to provide concrete examples of successful integration and innovation. In this masterclass, you will:Explore the UK’s approach to AI regulation, contrasting it with US, EU and China strategies and identify the current challenges from diverse jurisdictional approaches.Delve into regulatory concerns and challenges for financial in­sti­tu­tions. Gain insights into successful AI use cases, providing practical examples of integration and in­nov­a­tion.Un­der­stand how financial institutions approach AI, evaluating readiness and discussing potential regulatory governance frame­works.Ex­am­ine the future of AI in finance, while we analyse trends, advancements, and the evolving regulatory landscape.The webinar is free of charge. If interested, click below to book your spot.