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Rebecca McGladrigan

Of Counsel

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Saltire Court
20 Castle Terrace
United Kingdom
Languages English

Becky is Of Counsel in the real estate team in Edinburgh who specialises in high end commercial property work. She has extensive experience in all aspects of commercial property, including sales, purchases, property financing, options and leases, with a particular focus on development and development funding work, acting primarily for institutional investors and funds.

Qualified in both Scotland and in England & Wales, Becky has also led the Scottish team on several high profile cross border transactions.

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  • 2004 – Diploma in Legal Practice, University of Edinburgh
  • 2003 – LLB (Hons), University of Edinburgh
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