Hugh Murphy > Keystone Law > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Keystone Law

Work Department

Consultant Solicitor


Hugh specialises in acting for clients on a wide range of private-client-related property matters. He acts for private individuals, landed estates and institutional clients in relation to all aspects of property law and has particular expertise in guiding clients through the process of both buying and selling country houses, London property, sporting estates, farms, and agricultural land. Hugh also has a wealth of experience in the equine and bloodstock sector, having acted frequently in the sale and purchase of equine property.


2017Keystone Law Consultant Solicitor
2014-2017Bond Dickinson LLP Managing Associate
2006-2014Charles Russell LLP Solicitor
2006Qualified as a solicitor
2004-2006Rickerbys Solicitors

Lawyer Rankings

London > Real estate > Residential property

Keystone Law has ’an in-depth knowledge of the real-estate market, and is therefore best placed to offer relevant and accurate advice in terms of trends and what’s actually happening on the ground’. It has an excellent portfolio of high-net-worth national and international clients and advises buyers and sellers as well as property agents, companies, banks and financiers in addition to development companies, trustees and property acquisition companies. Among the key names in the practice are Ian Cooke  and Sakhjit Randhawa. Cooke has considerable expertise in transactions relating to prime and super-prime London residential property. Randhawa garners praise for her work on high-value residential property acquisitions, sales and new development projects. Hugh Murphy  acts for private clients, landed estates and institutional clients on a whole host of property related matters. Dagmara Selwyn-Kuczera  is also well-regarded.