Ursula is an Associate in the Litigation team.
Ursula specialises in commercial and property litigation and advises on a wide range of disputes including landlord/tenant, access rights, variation and discharge of title conditions, breach of contract, interdict, and procurement. She has experience of conducting litigation in the Sheriff Courts, Court of Session and the Supreme Court.
Ursula also advises on planning matters and compulsory purchase, with a particular focus on the contentious side. She has acted in a number of judicial reviews, statutory appeals, inquiries, hearings and Lands Tribunal applications. She also advises on strategic planning issues.
Ursula is is recommended for Real Estate Litigation and highly regarded for Commercial Litigation by Legal 500 2018/19 and an Associate to Watch by Chambers and Partners in Planning and Property Litigation.
Commercial Real Estate expertise
She also advises on planning matters and compulsory purchase, with a particular focus on the contentious side. She advises on contentious aspects of planning applications, and has acted for clients in a number of public inquiries.
She is also experienced in judicial challenges to planning permissions, planning agreements, local development plans, and planning policies, including acting in an appeal to the Supreme Court.
Ursula works closely with commercial real estate colleagues in respect of property litigation and planning issues arising out of real estate transactions.
Public Sector expertise
She also represents local authority clients in licensing appeals under the Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982.
Ursula is also experienced in representing public sector clients in high profile procurement challenges under the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2012.
Sources describe her as "very thorough and very good to deal with."
Associate Ursula Currie is recommended for Real Estate Litigation by Legal 500 2018/19.
Associate Ursula Currie is highly regarded for Commercial Litigation in Legal 500 2018/19.
She is very efficient and very well organised.
"She has good legal nous, has an eye for detail and is a quick thinker." "She is sensible, efficient and commercially focused."