Venari Legal are excited to be working with the largest Real Estate Practice in the world and assisting them in this crucial hire to join the leading Scottish Real Estate department. You will be based in either Edinburgh or Glasgow and will be working as a Practice Development Lawyer as the heart of the Real Estate Scottish team.
The focus of the role will be on updating and maintaining our precedent bank and working on innovation projects, such as document automation, to ensure the department remains at the cutting edge of legal services. This is an exciting opportunity to join a market leading Real Estate team where you will be offered a high level of responsibility across the breadth of the practice and the opportunity to have significant interaction with our fee earners.
The role will involve:
Revising, updating and maintaining the Scottish real estate precedent bank
Creating new precedents
Drafting practice notes to support the use of the precedent bank
Liaising closely with fee earners to understand and respond to their requirements for precedent support
Working closely with fee earners to gather market feedback and to maintain a good understanding of the "market norm"
Participating in and contributing to innovation projects to enhance the use and delivery of legal documentation
Participating in and coordinating the automation of key precedents for their better and more efficient use by internal fee earning teams
Assisting with the training and development of our Scottish team of paralegals within our Legal Delivery Centre
The role would be ideal for an experienced Scottish qualified Real Estate lawyer or PDL, who has been an active creator and contributor of and to legal know-how materials and client service. This is a perfect opportunity for someone looking to take the next step in their Real Estate career or looking for a slight change of direction and extra responsibility.
If this is something you are interested in or would like more information or to see a full job spec then please apply or contact (url removed)