Vacancies

MacRoberts is a law firm where you can really make your mark. Let us be part of your success. Please see below details of our current vacancies.

  • Associate / Senior Associate Edinburgh 6-8 yrs PQE
    Government Contracts & Commercial

    We currently have an opportunity for a 6-8 yrs PQE Associate/Senior Associate to join our Government Contracts & Commercial team in Edinburgh.

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    Senior Solicitor / Associate Edinburgh 3-5 yrs PQE
    Government Contracts & Commercial

    We currently have an opportunity for a 3-5 yrs PQE Senior Solicitor/Associate to join our Government Contracts & Commercial team in Edinburgh.

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    Solicitor NQ - 2 yrs PQE
    Banking & Finance

    We currently have an opportunity for a Solicitor (NQ - 2 yrs PQE) to join our Banking & Finance team in Edinburgh or Glasgow.

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    Solicitor Glasgow 1-3 yrs PQE
    Private Client

    We currently have an opportunity for a solicitor to join our Private Client team in Glasgow.

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    Assistant Edinburgh 5-8 yrs PQE
    Rural Conveyancing & Renewables

    We have an opportunity for an Assistant to join our Murray Snell team in Edinburgh.

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    Assistant Edinburgh 3 yrs + PQE
    Private Client / Conveyancing

    We have an opportunity for an Assistant to join our Murray Snell team in Edinburgh.

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    Paralegal Glasgow Debt Recovery & Credit Control
    Yuill + Kyle

    We currently have an opportunity for a Debt Recovery & Credit Control Paralegal to join our Yuill + Kyle team in Glasgow.

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