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Boodle Hatfield LLP

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London SE1, London W1K, Oxford

Graham Winkley

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Boodle Hatfield LLP

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Graham has a wide experience in all aspects of residential and commercial property including acting for landed estates, property trading companies and developers. Graham’s work focuses on high-value acquisitions and disposals of residential and commercial property, leasehold enfranchisement and ongoing management of mixed use buildings.


Trained Boodle Hatfield; qualified 2004; associate Mayer Brown 2002-04; Boodle Hatfield associate 2010-13, partner 2013 to date.




Law Society.


University of Wales, Cardiff and University of Konstanz (2001 LLB Laws and German).

London: Real estate

Residential property

Within: Residential property

Boodle Hatfield LLP has ‘a depth of experience and knowledge that is difficult to match’. Saskia Arthur heads a team of ‘market-leading experts in residential law’ and specialises in the sale and purchase of high-value residential property, landed estates and commercial farming operations, overage, landlord and tenant issues and easements. Other names to note include Amanda O’Keeffe who has expertise in the high end London and country property markets and Jane Littlejohn who is a ‘leading commercial and residential expert’. Graham Winkley and Simon Kerrigan are respectively praised as ‘leading experts’ in the residential transactional and landlord and tenant spheres. The firm’s international client base includes high-net-worth individuals, estates and large landowners. Associate Kirsty Ions is regularly instructed with the purchase and sale of high-value properties in Central London along with major country estates and farms. Also recommended are Shaima Jillood, and partner Dennis Ko, who joined the team from Kennedys.

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