Firm Profile > Farrer & Co > London , London

Farrer & Co

Living Wage

Agriculture and estates Tier 1

Farrer & Co is well known for its advice to land-owning institutions, large estates, rural businesses and individual landowners. The large team continues to advise some of the UK’s biggest and highest-profile institutional and private clients in this area, on all issues relating to their agricultural and rural land/estates. It advises on the full spectrum of matters such as the sale and purchase of agricultural estates and substantial country houses as well as other areas such as the exploitation of sporting and mineral interests. Other specialisms include advising on rural development opportunities arising out of renewable energy schemes. Simon Pring is well regarded for his advice on all aspects of property law with particular expertise in advising on development opportunities and strategic estate planning, and is head of the team which includes: Edmund Fetherston-Dilke, the 'exceptional' Paul Krafft and the 'efficient, effective and thoughtful' James Maxwell.

Art and cultural property Tier 1

Farrer & Co’s excellent team acts for wealthy private individuals and family trusts both in the UK and overseas who collect or invest in art. The first-rate team advises collectors, dealers and art advisors, and has an enviable client base of leading museums and galleries. The skilled team is also adept at handling art litigation and advising on complex art lending. Julian Smith is a well-known name for his expertise on charity law issues in the arts and heritage sector. Heads of department are Adrian Parkhouse, who leads on contentious matters relating to art and cultural property, and James Carleton, who advises on a wide range of art and cultural property matters including philanthropy. Mike Chantler is known for his work on the administration and taxation of heritage property and Rhoddy Voremberg is another key figure.

Charities and not-for-profit Tier 1

Anne-Marie Piper leads a strong team at Farrer & Co that has a superb client list of some of the largest and best-known UK and international charitable organisations. The group advises on the full array of matters from transactional and structuring advice through to innovative charity finance matters. It has also been advising a growing number of clients facing complex and mission-critical issues including regulatory interventions, governance failures, and corporate insolvency. It has a dedicated safeguarding unit and has immense expertise in working with major cultural organisations that are charities - it has for many years acted for a significant number of the country’s national museums and galleries. It also acts for a sizeable number of educational and religious charities. The team includes: Sam Macdonald, who advises clients on all aspects of UK charity law and related tax matters; James Carleton, who routinely advises institutional charities with significant investment assets; Elizabeth Jones, who advises charities on constitutional and governance matters; and James Maloney, who was promoted to partner in May 2018.

Contentious trusts and probate Tier 1

Farrer & Co is regularly involved in many of the largest trust and estates disputes often involving one or more offshore jurisdictions. Recently it has been involved in proceedings taking place in The Bahamas, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Cyprus, Guernsey, Hong Kong, Jersey, Liechtenstein and Switzerland. The team benefits from the firm’s stable of high-net-worth clients, trust companies and fiduciaries from England and Wales and overseas, which provides a steady flow of high-value and complex instructions in this area. It is also increasingly advising on legacy disputes. Toby Graham and Jeremy Gordon are highly recommended. Gordon also has extensive experience of resolving claims at mediation as well as in court. The team also includes Charlotte Fraser, Joanna Poole and Adam Carvalho.

Education: institutions Tier 1

The 'totally focused' multi-disciplinary team at Farrer & Co acts for a broad roster of high-profile and market-leading clients. Practice head David Copping is handling big-ticket cross-border matters pertaining to data protection and transfers, and advising higher education bodies on establishing international campuses. The 'exceedingly effectiveSam Macdonald is the key name for charity law, advising schools and universities on this area.

Education: schools Tier 1

Farrer & Co's 'high-quality and fully engaged' education team continues to be at the forefront of acting for national schools on issues such as safeguarding, child protection, data protection and immigration. The team is led by Jonathan Eley and Sam Macdonald, and has a strong reputation for handling high-value, complex and sensitive work for clients. Recent highlights include several cross-border matters led by David Copping and David Smellie relating to the establishment of overseas institutions. Other core members of the group include contracts lawyer Paul Jones; newly made-up partner Maria Strauss, who has experience advising faith-based schools; and Ben Longworth.

Employment: senior executives Tier 1

Farrer & Co handles work for leaders of the most high-profile companies, including advising on ownership transitions, initial public offerings and both voluntary and involuntary departures. Turning to potentially contentious work, the firm advises on matters such as restrictive covenant disputes. Partnership businesses are an area of expertise - just one area in which practice head David Smellie is active. William Dawson also advises City executives under regulatory fire, while Anna Birtwistle, who joined the team from CM Murray in June 2019, has particular expertise with regards to high value negotiated exits, with a strong track record of work for clients in the financial services sector.

Family Tier 1

Farrer & Co is best known for its work in high-value and complex international matrimonial cases involving substantial assets often where there are sophisticated asset protection structures in place and substantive tax and trust issues to be considered. The team under the leadership of William Massey is adept at handling large matrimonial cases with multi-jurisdictional trust aspects as is evidenced by its recent advice to the trustees of the F Trust which holds £1bn in assets and who were joined to divorce proceedings. It is also skilled at handling heavyweight children matters and routinely advises clients on abduction, relocation and on obtaining safeguards on temporary leave to remove cases. Mark Fenton is no longer at the firm.

Media and entertainment (including media finance) Tier 1

Farrer & Co 's media and entertainment team handles non-contentious and contentious matters and it is active across corporate, employment, IP, commercial and reputation management mandates. The team receives plaudits for its 'exceptional' publishing sector expertise where it is instructed by leading print and digital publishers. The team has particular expertise in music and academic publishing mandates, and is also instructed by authors and literary estates . GDPR instructions have been prevalent for the team and it has provided advice on the impending ePrivacy Regulation for its publishing clients. The wider media and entertainment team acts for international broadcast production and rights companies, music estates, leading news generators and syndication houses, as well as radio, culture and film clients. In the sports sector, the team acts for leading events rights holders on production and broadcast agreements. Henry Sainty is 'very talented' and is noted for his publishing sector expertise, as well as his work in the sports and culture sectors. Paul Jones heads the team.

Personal tax, trusts and probate Tier 1

Farrer & Co has a committed team that advises very wealthy individuals and families nationally and internationally. It covers the full gamut of matters from onshore and offshore trusts and tax, to international wealth and succession planning, investment strategies and philanthropy. A high proportion of its work is international as it has particular expertise in Switzerland, the Channel Islands, the US, the Far East and the Middle East. Other areas of expertise lie in landed estates as the firm acts for over 50 substantial estates and historic houses. As well as having considerable skill in complex tax structuring it also advises on trust law for business families, landed estates, wealth creators, international wealth and private investors. Sarah von Schmidt heads the department.

Residential property Tier 1

The highly regarded practice at Farrer & Co stands out for its expertise advising a prestigious client list on the purchase and sale of prime central London properties, as well as financing transactions and deals involving special purpose vehicles. Practice head Laurie Horwood advises on deals which often involve complex financing arrangements for high net worth individuals, leveraging his commercial property background to navigate the challenges of particularly difficult transactions. Annabel Dean acts for private banks and high-net-worth clients, many of whom are based in the Middle East, in a range of areas, including in relation to rural property transactions. Associate Hugh Wigzell has experience advising on new build developments in the UK and Asia, where his extensive knowledge covers areas such as acquisitions and tax structuring.

M&A: smaller deals, up to £50m Tier 2

Farrer & Co is best known for its representation of clients in the financial services and wealth management sectors, where the firm works for banks, brokers and trust companies. Although mandates are often domestic, the team has significant experience in matters involving offshore jurisdictions, invariably acting for family offices and high net worth individuals. Furthermore, the firm retains a strong standing in the publishing and not-for-profit sectors, acting for UK clients on strategic acquisitions and joint ventures. Corporate M&A work covers both the public and private markets, with mandates for publicly listed companies balanced with private equity-backed transactions. Practice head Richard Lane leads the firm's international strategy, and acts for a growing number of US and Middle Eastern clients.

Partnership Tier 2

Farrer & Co's team has particular expertise in corporate and commercial partnership matters concerning property, intellectual property, family, private client, tax and employment issues. The group also has a strong partnership structuring and regulatory offering, which sits alongside its disputes practice. Clients span the professional services and other regulated businesses. Department head Jonathan Haley  specialises in partnership and LLP law and is instructed on a variety of non-contentious issues. Kathleen Heycock focuses on complex team moves, international partner disputes and acquisitions, and Andy Peterkin predominantly advises financial services firms. Litigator John Wilkinson and employment law expert Rachel Lewis are recommended for contentious matters, while Anna Birtwistle, who joined from CM Murray LLP in June 2019, has significant experience of advising on misconduct investigations, discrimination and whistleblowing claims and restrictive covenants.

Reputation management Tier 2

The reputation management team at Farrer & Co specialises in acting for high profile and wealthy individuals. An increasing share of the team's stellar client roster consists of major charities and sports governing bodies. The firm also represents a number of household name publications on the defendant side. Department head Julian Pike has been involved in several high-profile matters and also advises his clients on planning and preventing crises. As such, he handled reputation management issues for the Football Association and the England Football team throughout the 2018 World Cup, which included protecting the privacy of all individual players and their families. Key associates Tom Rudkin  and Alicia Mendonça-Richards , who advises a large number of international clients thanks to her foreign language skills, are on the forefront of many cases.

Sport Tier 2

Farrer & Co’s sports team has a strong track record of advising national governing bodies on event planning, safeguarding, disciplinary matters, reputation management and disputes, in addition to a wealth of expertise providing bespoke advice to athletes and footballers on their private affairs and handling complex safeguarding investigations for major football clubs. Partner Henry Sainty, who specialises in commercial contracts for sports rights holders, advised UK Athletics on the staging of the 2018 Athletics World Cup, which included corporate structuring issues and sponsorship and broadcast agreements. Associate Tom Rudkin specialises in disputes, arbitration and reputation management and brings considerable litigation experience to the group, having previously represented clients in the High Court and the CAS.

Commercial property: development Tier 3

Farrer & Co is particularly well-regarded for high-end residential and private office investments, urban extension projects and mid-market transaction, particularly those in London. Clients include a number of overseas ultra-high-net-worth individuals from Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong and Russia as well as educational bodies, charities and landed estates. Practice head Andrew Bailey also represents major banks on the funding of development and investment transactions and is experienced on the development of business parks and mixed-use schemes.

Employment: employers Tier 3

Farrer & Co handles work for leaders of the most high-profile companies, including advising on ownership transitions, initial public offerings and both voluntary and involuntary departures. Turning to potentially contentious work, the firm advises on matters such as restrictive covenant disputes. Partnership businesses are an area of expertise - just one area in which practice head David Smellie is active. William Dawson also advises City executives under regulatory fire.

Fraud: civil Tier 3

Farrer & Co represents prestigious clients in relation to various civil fraud matters including international fraud claims, freezing injunctions, asset tracing and contentious trusts. Other areas of expertise include contract disputes, misuse of confidential information, and fraudulent breaches of duty and conspiracy by directors, trustees and co-contractors. Clients include corporates, institutions and private individuals. While operating out of just one London office, the firm undertakes work in the Caribbean, the Channel Islands, the Middle East, South East Asia andEastern Europe. Adrian Parkhouse heads the team and is experienced in civil litigation including commercial and corporate disputes with fraud elements. Ben Longworth was recently promoted to partner.

Property litigation Tier 3

'Providing a good service', Farrer & Co receives regular instructions from institutional clients, including the Duchy of Cornwall, the Duchy of Lancaster, Church Commissioners, other landed estates, national museums and charities, alongside high-net-worth individuals but the practice led by the 'practical, pragmatic and highly regardedSiobhan Jones is also well versed in assisting corporate and commercial clients. Typical work includes development-related matters, disputes over land use, contract interpretation and high-value dilapidation claims.

Commercial litigation Tier 4

Farrer & Co's 'lawyers are interested in clients' business and go to great lengths to understand the issues that affect them'. The practice has an emphasis on cases involving complex company structures and asset holdings, shareholder disputes and commercial contracts. The key individuals are  practice head Adrian Parkhouse, the 'outstanding' Kate Allass, Jeremy Gordon and Toby Graham, along with Ian De Freitas, John Wilkinson, Charlotte Fraser and Ben Longworth. Jolyon Connell was made partner in 2019 and William Charrington is an experienced senior associate.

Commercial property: investment Tier 4

Farrer & Co is particularly well-regarded for high-end residential and private office investments, urban extension projects and mid-market transaction, particularly those in London. Clients include a number of overseas ultra-high-net-worth individuals from Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong and Russia as well as educational bodies, charities and landed estates. Practice head Andrew Bailey also represents major banks on the funding of development and investment transactions and is experienced on the development of business parks and mixed-use schemes.

Data protection, privacy and cybersecurity Tier 4

Building on the firm’s national strength, Farrer & Co’s international client base has increased thanks to Ian De Freitas’ expertise; he also has notable experience in ICO investigations and data breaches as well as GDPR compliance work. Henry Sainty leads the data protection and freedom of information department, which is active in GDPR and e-privacy matters; other areas of knowledge include information sharing issues, breach management and litigation. The group is also particularly noted for its safeguarding expertise, regularly advising schools, universities, sports governing bodies and religious organisations on information sharing and child data; and also assists public authorities with freedom of information issues, public sector information and environmental information regulations.

Planning Tier 4

Farrer & Co has enjoyed robust growth to its client roster, with commercial entities, charities and professional bodies instructing the planning team on redevelopment proposal applications, relocation exercises, CPO applications advice, and mixed-use development projects. Contentious work encompasses judicial review claims on behalf of landowners and a recent objection to a development affecting an Area of Outstanding Beauty. Practice head Karen Phull offers planning advice on commercial transactions for the firm’s corporate clients. The team also acts for high-net-worth individuals on mandates including property acquisitions and development proposals in conservation areas.

Retail funds Tier 4

Farrer & Co has a strong track record advising asset managers on the establishment of authorised funds, including Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities (UCITS) and Non-UCITS Retail Schemes (NURS) funds. The firm has also established a notable profile in the area of charity funds and, in addition, has become highly reputed for its work for clients in the education sector. Senior associate Jessica Reed is part of the team which acts as a standing adviser to Rathbone Unit Trust Management on its range of funds; a past highlight involved assisting the client with its launch of the Rathbone Global Sustainability Fund, a new UCITS fund.  Another mandate saw group head Grania Baird and others act for the same client on the establishment of the Rathbone High Quality Bond Fund.

Commercial contracts Tier 5

Farrer & Co has experience in dealing with high-value commercial contracts, ranging from joint ventures and supply and distribution agreements to agreements in highly regulated industries and cross-border deals. The firm has particular expertise in the media, arts and education sectors. 'Excellent' practice head Paul Jones specialises in public procurement and complex commercial contracts, including outsourcing, IT, infrastructure and technology projects.

Contruction: non-contentious Tier 5

Farrer & Co, which advises a high-end client base of investors, funders and banks, handles work across the health, education, real estate and charities sectors. The team is led by the 'thoughtful' and 'impressive' Clive Lovatt  who primarily acts for property developers, banks and cultural institutions. He was the lead partner advising the British Library on its development of the land adjacent to the library where the Alan Turing Institute will be located. The 'calm and reassuring' Edward Banyard Smith works with charities and schools, and advised the Duchy of Cornwall on the long-running development at Poundbury.

Property finance Tier 5

Farrer & Co has a strong reputation for advising major commercial lenders, international banks and UK private banks, while on the borrower side the firm's clients include ultra-high-net-worth individuals and private companies, charities and educational institutions. The team handles investment and development finance, particularly involving high-value residential properties. Martin Blake leads the practice; Marc Glancy, who specialises in secured lending transactions for investment and development properties, and Bethan Waters, whose clients include a number of major banks, are also key contacts.

Financial services: non-contentious/regulatory Tier 6

'Proactive, sensibleFarrer & Co provides advice ranging from the establishment of regulated businesses and financial promotion rules, to cross-border passporting and SMCR. As well as representing clients from the innovative charity sector and institutional projects, the firm has particular expertise in the asset management and private banking sectors. Practice head Grania Baird has 'a very good understanding of business and the regulatory and legal impacts on it.' She specialises in the asset management sector and acts for asset managers, wealth managers, private banks and multi-family offices on a range of regulatory issues. Notable in her team is Andy Peterkin, who led in acting for Bridgeweave Limited in relation to a financial services AI app, designed to deliver information to other financial services firms on particular stocks and investments.

Corporate restructuring & insolvency Tier 8

Led by the 'very experienced and reliableDavid FletcherFarrer & Co handles a 'wide-range of insolvency cases', particularly in matters which intersect with the private client and charities sectors. The team also excels at handling insolvencies involving complex trust structures and advising high-net-worth individuals during the breakdown of their marriages on insolvency issues arising out of directorships/shareholdings in companies in financial distress. Anne-Marie Piper is recognised as having a specialism in advising charities in financial difficulty, and she also acts for insolvency practitioners when they are appointed over charities.

Farrer & Co is synonymous with the highest quality legal advice and service.

The firm: The firm advises individuals, families, businesses, financial services, educational and not-for-profit organisations on every aspect of the law, wherever the need arises. From its offices in London the firm works with trusted professionals around the world to deliver a seamless international service.

The firm’s clients present it with complex and varied challenges. Whether that’s a complicated family trust issue, a multinational corporate transaction, or an emerging threat to their reputation, they need clear thinkers who can advise on the best solutions, fast thinkers when speed is of the essence and agile thinkers who can produce a fresh approach to get the job done. That’s why they choose Farrers.

Clients value the firm’s in-depth knowledge, technical excellence and diversity of disciplines. But what really binds long-standing relationships with them is its approach: personable, pragmatic, plain speaking and always steadfast in its values, which it holds dear. Values which mean the firm gains clients’ trust, always striving to do the right thing, and aims for the best results for them.

Superb client service sits at the heart of everything the firm does – modern lawyers with timeless values.

Department Name Email Telephone
Senior partner Anne-Marie Piper
Agriculture and estates Simon Pring
Art and cultural property James Carleton
Banking and Finance Simon Graham
Brand management Peter Wienand
Charities Anne-Marie Piper
Civil fraud Adrian Parkhouse
Construction Clive Lovatt
Contentious trusts Toby Graham
Corporate/M&A Richard Lane
Data protection Henry Sainty
Defamation/reputation management Julian Pike
Dispute resolution Jeremy Gordon
Education: higher and further education Julian Smith
Education: schools Sam Macdonald
Employment David Smellie
Family/matrimonial William Massey
Financial services Grania Baird
Immigration Russell Cohen
Insolvency and restructuring David Fletcher
Intellectual property Peter Wienand
International private client Nick Dunnell
Investment funds Grania Baird
Media and entertainment Henry Sainty
Planning Karen Phull
Private client Rhoddy Voremberg
Private equity Russell Cohen
Partnership Jonathan Haley
Real estate Andrew Bailey
Real estate finance Simon Graham
Residential property Laurie Horwood
Sport Julian Pike
Tax Robert Field
Photo Name Position Profile
 Sarah Aggarwal  photo Sarah Aggarwal
 Kate Allass  photo Kate Allass
 Ben Amoah  photo Ben Amoah
 Charles Anderson  photo Charles Anderson
 Graham Anderson  photo Graham Anderson
 Grania Baird  photo Grania Baird
 Alan Baker  photo Alan Baker
 Edward Banyard Smith  photo Edward Banyard Smith
 Marie Bates  photo Marie Bates
 Anna Birtwistle  photo Anna Birtwistle
 Charlotte Black  photo Charlotte Black
 Martin Blake  photo Martin Blake
 Mark Bridges  photo Mark Bridges
 James Bromley  photo James Bromley
 Simon Bruce  photo Simon Bruce
 Tom Bruce  photo Tom Bruce
 Jonathan Came  photo Jonathan Came
 James Carleton  photo James Carleton
 Adam Carvalho  photo Adam Carvalho
 Alice Cave  photo Alice Cave
 Mike Chantler  photo Mike Chantler
 William Charrington  photo William Charrington
 Kate Chatters  photo Kate Chatters
 Russell Cohen  photo Russell Cohen
 Laura Conduit  photo Laura Conduit
 Jolyon Connell  photo Jolyon Connell
 Beth Coppin  photo Beth Coppin
 David Copping  photo David Copping
 Kate Corke  photo Kate Corke
 Bryony Cove  photo Bryony Cove
 Lindsay Cunningham  photo Lindsay Cunningham
 Diana Davidson  photo Diana Davidson
 John Davies  photo John Davies
 William Dawson  photo William Dawson
 Ian De Freitas  photo Ian De Freitas
 Nick Dunnell  photo Nick Dunnell
 Suzanna Eames  photo Suzanna Eames
 Adele Eastman  photo Adele Eastman
 Jonathan Eley  photo Jonathan Eley
 Blue Elliott  photo Blue Elliott
 Veryan Excelby  photo Veryan Excelby
 Edmund Fetherston-Dilke  photo Edmund Fetherston-Dilke
 Sophie Fewson  photo Sophie Fewson
 Robert Field  photo Robert Field
 David Fletcher  photo David Fletcher
 Charlotte Fraser  photo Charlotte Fraser
 Charlotte Freeman  photo Charlotte Freeman
 James Furber  photo James Furber
 Charles Fursdon  photo Charles Fursdon
 Mark Gauguier  photo Mark Gauguier
 Jessica Gibson  photo Jessica Gibson
 Marc Glancy  photo Marc Glancy
 Caroline Gordon  photo Caroline Gordon
 Jeremy Gordon  photo Jeremy Gordon
 Claire Gordon  photo Claire Gordon
 Simon Graham  photo Simon Graham
 Toby Graham  photo Toby Graham
 Jo Grainger  photo Jo Grainger
 Rose Gurney  photo Rose Gurney
 Jonathan Haley  photo Jonathan Haley
 Patrick Hammond  photo Patrick Hammond
 Flora Harragin  photo Flora Harragin
 Eliza Hebditch  photo Eliza Hebditch
 Kathleen Heycock  photo Kathleen Heycock
 Rebecca Heyworth  photo Rebecca Heyworth
 Alexis Hille  photo Alexis Hille
 Elena Hinchin  photo Elena Hinchin
 Caroline Holley  photo Caroline Holley
 Alexandra Hollingshead  photo Alexandra Hollingshead
 Rachel Holmes  photo Rachel Holmes
 Robin Holmes  photo Robin Holmes
 Tom Homfray  photo Tom Homfray
 Laurie Horwood  photo Laurie Horwood
 Sara Hunt  photo Sara Hunt
 David Hunt  photo David Hunt
 Sarah Hutchinson  photo Sarah Hutchinson
 Jeremy Isaacson  photo Jeremy Isaacson
 Emily Jamieson  photo Emily Jamieson
 Paul Jones  photo Paul Jones
 Elizabeth Jones  photo Elizabeth Jones
 Siobhan Jones  photo Siobhan Jones
 Holly Jones  photo Holly Jones
 Marianne Kafena  photo Marianne Kafena
 Alice Kendle  photo Alice Kendle
 Caroline Kirby  photo Caroline Kirby
 Thomas Kirkman  photo Thomas Kirkman
 Krista Kojecky  photo Krista Kojecky
 Paul Krafft  photo Paul Krafft
 Katie Lancaster  photo Katie Lancaster
 Sally Lane  photo Sally Lane
 Richard Lane  photo Richard Lane
 Fred Lee  photo Fred Lee
 Robert Lewis  photo Robert Lewis
 Rachel Lewis  photo Rachel Lewis
 Ben Longworth  photo Ben Longworth
 Clive Lovatt  photo Clive Lovatt
 Antonia Lyne  photo Antonia Lyne
 Sam Macdonald  photo Sam Macdonald
 James Maloney  photo James Maloney
 Helen Martin  photo Helen Martin
 William Massey  photo William Massey
 James Maxwell  photo James Maxwell
 Catherine McAleavey  photo Catherine McAleavey
 Richard McDermott  photo Richard McDermott
 James McGlaughlin  photo James McGlaughlin
 Tom McPhail  photo Tom McPhail
 Sharmila Mehta  photo Sharmila Mehta
 Alicia Mendonca-Richards  photo Alicia Mendonca-Richards
 Kelly Merris  photo Kelly Merris
 Alyson Morrell  photo Alyson Morrell
 Francesca Mouncer  photo Francesca Mouncer
 Serena Nicholls  photo Serena Nicholls
 Matthew North  photo Matthew North
 Udo Onwere  photo Udo Onwere
 Jo Ord  photo Jo Ord
 Susanna O’Leary  photo Susanna O’Leary
 Owen O’Rorke  photo Owen O’Rorke
 Isabel Paintin  photo Isabel Paintin
 Adrian Parkhouse  photo Adrian Parkhouse
 Richard Parry  photo Richard Parry
 Michael Patrick  photo Michael Patrick
 Caroline Pearce  photo Caroline Pearce
 Debbie Pennington  photo Debbie Pennington
 Andy Peterkin  photo Andy Peterkin
 Karen Phull  photo Karen Phull
 Julian Pike  photo Julian Pike
 Anne-Marie Piper  photo Anne-Marie Piper
 Oliver Piper  photo Oliver Piper
 Nicola Pomfret  photo Nicola Pomfret
 Joanna Poole  photo Joanna Poole
 Jeremy Posnansky QC photo Jeremy Posnansky QC
 Simon Pring  photo Simon Pring
 Alice Quirk  photo Alice Quirk
 Amy Radnor  photo Amy Radnor
 Jane Randell  photo Jane Randell
 Laetitia Ransley  photo Laetitia Ransley
 Jessica Reed  photo Jessica Reed
 Philip Reed  photo Philip Reed
 Helen Reid  photo Helen Reid
 Geoffrey Richards  photo Geoffrey Richards
 Katie Rigg  photo Katie Rigg
 Catherine Rogers  photo Catherine Rogers
 Eleanor Rowswell  photo Eleanor Rowswell
 Katy Ruddell  photo Katy Ruddell
 Tom Rudkin  photo Tom Rudkin
 Elizabeth Sainsbury  photo Elizabeth Sainsbury
 Henry Sainty  photo Henry Sainty
 Alexandra Saunders  photo Alexandra Saunders
 Christina Scotland  photo Christina Scotland
 Helen Sculthorpe  photo Helen Sculthorpe
 Clare Serenyi  photo Clare Serenyi
 Sonal Shah  photo Sonal Shah
 Richard Shillito  photo Richard Shillito
 David Smellie  photo David Smellie
 Julian Smith  photo Julian Smith
 Annabel Spearman  photo Annabel Spearman
 Rose Spencer-Longhurst  photo Rose Spencer-Longhurst
 Alison Springett  photo Alison Springett
 Henry Stevens  photo Henry Stevens
 Maria Strauss  photo Maria Strauss
 Daisy Tarnowska  photo Daisy Tarnowska
 Frederick Tatham  photo Frederick Tatham
 Anthony Turner  photo Anthony Turner
 Katy Tydeman  photo Katy Tydeman
 Rhoddy Voremberg  photo Rhoddy Voremberg
 Andrew Wade  photo Andrew Wade
 Charles Wang  photo Charles Wang
 Simon Ward  photo Simon Ward
 Bethan Waters  photo Bethan Waters
 Sarah-Jane Watson  photo Sarah-Jane Watson
 Barbara Webb  photo Barbara Webb
 Hannah Whyatt  photo Hannah Whyatt
 Peter Wienand  photo Peter Wienand
 Graham Williams  photo Graham Williams
 Alice Yandle  photo Alice Yandle
 Annabel Younger  photo Annabel Younger
 Nyla Yousuf  photo Nyla Yousuf
 Emily Zethraeus  photo Emily Zethraeus
 Sarah von Schmidt  photo Sarah von Schmidt
Number of UK partners : 74
Number of other UK fee-earners : 186