Andrew Hall > Shepherd and Wedderburn > Glasgow, Scotland > Lawyer Profile

Shepherd and Wedderburn
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Andrew is a partner and an expert in property. He has considerable experience in commercial and residential development, strategic land, regeneration projects and property finance. Since 1998 Andrew has specialised in residential property development and heads the firm’s housebuilding group, acting for a wide range of volume housebuilders and landowners in the purchase and disposal of sites for development. He has particular expertise in large-scale multi-developer sites. In addition, Andrew is part of the firm’s property finance group and advises a number of UK banks. His clients include Taylor Wimpey, Miller Homes, I&H Brown, Persimmon Homes, The City of Edinburgh Council, BAE Systems, Lloyds Banking Group, Clydesdale Bank, The Wheatley Group, East Renfrewshire Council and East Dunbartonshire Council. In Chambers and Partners 2017, Andrew’s clients say “He has very good commercial awareness and is very good at delivering transactions.”


Trained Shepherd and Wedderburn, Edinburgh 1993-95; assistant Edinburgh 1995-97, Glasgow 1997-99; associate Glasgow 1999-2003; partner Glasgow 2003 to date.


The Law Society of Scotland.


University of Aberdeen (1992 LLB Hons; 1993 Dip LP).


Hill walking, cinema, family, food and drink

Lawyer Rankings

Scotland > Real estate > Commercial property: Edinburgh and Glasgow

Shepherd and Wedderburn counts housebuilders, funds, banks, investors and retailers as clients, and is noted for its development work, which spans mixed-use and residential developments, retail sector schemes and office developments. Hugh Smith and Jamie Grant jointly head the leisure and hospitality sub-group, which advises a roster of hotel operators, investors, financiers and managers on all aspects of hotel transactions and operations. The property group is jointly led by Andrew Hall and David Mitchell from Glasgow and Edinburgh respectively. Other key names include Nick Ryden and development expert James Dobie.