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Campbell Johnston Clark

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Campbell Johnston Clark, Jonathan Campbell, London, ENGLAND

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Jonathan Campbell

Work 020 7855 9669
Campbell Johnston Clark

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Shipping transactional/shipping finance.


Jonathan, a co-founding partner of Campbell Johnston Clark, has wide ranging transactional practice specialising in shipping, banking and general commercial work. Jonathan is well regarded for his practical and commercial approach to law. He has a broad base of international clients, which includes shipowners (from household names to start-up companies), banks, equity funds, brokers, entrepreneurs, ship managers and ship operators, as well as non-shipping clients. Jonathan is described in the market as ‘first class’.


Qualified 1992; Watson Farley Williams 1994-99; Holman Fenwick Willan 2001-10; Campbell Johnston Clark 2010 to date.


Basic Greek and French.


Law Society.


The Queens College, University of Oxford (BA (Hons) Law).


Daughter and the MCC.

London: Transport


Within: Shipping

Shipping-focused firm’ Campbell Johnston Clark is active across casualty, commercial, insurance, shipbuilding and admiralty matters. Key individuals include Jonathan Campbell, who handles transactional shipping mandates; Alistair Johnston, who is active on marine insurance; James Mackay, who handles commercial and maritime work; and Maria Borg Barthet, who is active on contentious shipping instructions.

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