Tracey Schofield > A&L Goodbody > Belfast, Northern Ireland > Lawyer Profile

A&L Goodbody
Northern Ireland

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Tracey is a Property partner in A&L Goodbody’s Belfast office. Tracey has specialist commercial property and development experience, with particular expertise in site acquisition; assembly; development; leasing; funding and disposal of mixed use or residential developments.

Tracey advises on property investment in areas such as acquisition and value enhancement. She also has extensive expertise advising in relation to landlord, tenant and asset management on behalf of investors in retail parks, shopping centers and business occupiers. In addition, Tracey also advises in relation to property insolvency.


Tracey is a member of the Northern Ireland Commercial Property Lawyers Association.


  • Solicitor, Law Society of Northern Ireland, 2004
  • Solicitor, Law Society of England & Wales, 2001
  • Legal Practise Certificate, Nottingham Law School, 1997
  • LLB Hons. Dundee University, 1996

Lawyer Rankings

Northern Ireland > Real estate > Commercial property

(Hall of Fame)

Tracey SchofieldA&L Goodbody

A&L Goodbody acts for UK and international institutions on the acquisition, development, and administration of high-value property investments in Northern Ireland, assisting with complex individual projects and major real estate portfolios. Tracey Schofield leads the team and specialises in sales and acquisitions of investment properties as well as land development matters. Gregory Martin is a key name in the department and offers experience in acting on high-value matters across multiple jurisdictions – including the $1.1bn sale of Euroautions to Richie Bros. Consultant James Pringle  brings over 30 years of experience in all aspects of commercial property to the table. Senior associate John Tougher has significant experience in the retail sector.

Northern Ireland > Real estate > Construction

A&L Goodbody‘s team has experience in the full spectrum of construction matters, with a record of working on high-value projects. Department head Brendan Fox has more than thirty years of experience in the practice area and enjoys a strong reputation as a litigator. Micaela Diver, who regularly advises housing associations, utility companies and local authorities, and Tracey Schofield, who is advising on an £87m office development in the centre of Belfast, are other key contacts. Energy specialist Mark Stockdale and senior associate James Flanagan are also noted.