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Devonshires Solicitors LLP

Dispute resolution > Debt recovery Tier 1

Devonshires Solicitors LLP retains its market-leading position for debt recovery, maintaining a steady flow of instructions spanning from the UK and internationally. Spearheaded from London by Robert Edge and Jim Varley , the full-service practice has demonstrable strength acting for financial institutions, large multinational firms, city-based SMEs and local authorities in pursuing payment from debtors and contentious insolvency related matters, particularly, forensic recovery. The team has a track record in recovery services across the recruitment, retail and construction sectors, which is enhanced via its secure debt collection portal designed to give real-time updates on cases. Ann Dixon is the name for high-level recoveries pertaining to commercial contracts and corporate disputes.

Practice head(s):

Robert Edge; Jim Varley

Other key lawyers:


‘Robert Edge is excellent in getting the job done, thoroughly knowledgable in his field with partner Jim Varley bringing a wealth of experience and knowledge.’

‘Robert Edge has excellent knowledge and listens to clients.’

‘The debt recovery team provide an excellent end to end service for their clients, working tirelessly to ensure their needs are met and the desired results achieved. The team have the ability to provide a commercially orientated fast, efficient and effective service enabling clients to focus on the running of their own business rather than spending excessive time and money pursuing outstanding debts.’

‘Robert Edge stands out from his peers because he is approachable, efficient and always pragmatic when negotiating costs. He understands that the client’s view is most important. Everything is explained in detail and options are discussed to ensure his clients are able to make a fully informed decision.’

‘Of the numerous qualities which I valued in Ann Dixon’s handling of my case, two were of particular note: 1) The rapidity and quality of Mrs. Dixon’s correspondence; my many written queries and request for updates were reliably replied to in a notably expeditious manner and with exceeding thoroughness, 2) The quality of advice; her understanding of the psychological elements of my case and its relevant individuals was outstanding and enabled a successful resolution of the matter.

‘Excellent communication – there was thorough attention to detail and extensive clarity was provided in all written communication. Verbal communication was, at all times, professional with demonstrably good listening skills shown and always exceedingly courteous and polite.’

Key clients

Michael Page International

Sodexo Ltd

Work highlights

  • For Michael Page International Recruitment Ltd, recovery of long overdue monies previously withheld in their entirety together with significant accrued statutory interest and costs thereby increasing the sum received and anticipated.
  • Acting for Sodexo Ltd in a recovery of an aged debt by way of negotiation without the need of incurring costs of presenting proceedings.
  • Recovery of monies in the US for and on behalf of Michael Page International Recruitment Ltd without the need to incur significant costs of filing suit and their attending a hearing.

Real estate > Social housing: finance Tier 1

Devonshires Solicitors LLP is particularly known for acting on the borrower side of social housing finance matters and is hailed for the ‘detailed knowledge and understanding‘ of the sector. The practice frequently advises the largest registered providers in the UK on the raising of debt finance, the issuance of own name bonds, private placements and borrowing from specialised social housing funds or local authorities as well as the charging of property as securities for loan facilities. ‘Knowledgeable, personable and practicalJulian Barker heads the banking and capital markets team, and specialises in all types of finance options for registered providers. Sharon Kirkham is the head of the securitisation team and has a specialism in providing advice on the property aspects of giving security. Gary Grigor, Chris Drabble, Alice OvertonAndrew Cowan  and Natalie Swales are further key practitioners with specialisms in the financing arrangements of mergers, property charging issues, bond issues and constitutional social housing matters respectively.

Practice head(s):

Julian Barker; Sharon Kirkham

Other key lawyers:


‘The team as a whole are very welcoming and down to earth. I specifically work with the securitisation team who have a wealth of knowledge and so easy to work with. They don’t converse in jargon, it’s plain text for those of us not legally trained, which is so helpful in understanding difficult exercises and for training new team members too. Deovnshires also consistently keep up with any legislative change or Social Housing changes and are always on hand to answer any queries we might have.’

‘Fantastic profile, trusted by funders, dependable and trustworthy in delivering fair fees.’

‘The Devonshires team is highly responsive with an in depth knowledge in their areas of expertise. That knowledge is then translated with a commercial focus into easy to understand explanations and instructions for their clients. The team has an excellent understanding of when to raise points of detail that need to be addressed and when to focus on the commercial big picture that their clients are trying to achieve.’

‘Gary Grigor is extremely knowledgeable and always readily available to discuss matters, whether it be the commercial big picture or an intricate point of detail. He is a strong negotiator, achieving excellent results in negotiations with minimal client input required. Natalie Swales is a steady hand, overseeing and managing projects from start to finish with a cool head. She is adept at giving sound advice and is always contactable to explain points of process or legal detail.’

‘Devonshires not only understand the legal side of the transactions, they also demonstrate a keen understanding of the commercial side too. They deal with issues taking a positive approach and always try to find workable solutions where possible. They listen to suggestions of how information flows could work better, and continuously update and improve their ways of working to fit with modern ways of working.’

‘The property team deliver a first-rate service, understanding that there are hard deadlines and targets to meet. They work hard to ensure momentum is maintained, and always take time to explain things in a way that non-legal people can understand. Chris Drabble stands out for me in his ability to get things “across the line”. He understands the sector, and all its quirks, and his extensive experience and knowledge undoubtedly contribute to his ability to find solutions and workarounds.’

‘For Corporate finance, Julian Barker and Alice Overton always make time to speak to you and know the various agreements in detail. They have the respect of peers from other firms and lenders. On the charging side, Sharon Kirkham and colleagues form a formidable team and are able to deliver large charging exercises in a timely manner.’

‘Despite the process of listing homes for securitisation purposes being predominantly technology based there remains, with Devonshires, appropriate human contact (and reassurance) too! The entire team worked seamlessly together, on the agreement drafting side as well as the securitisation element. We were made to feel part of that team which was appreciated. All of the work was completed to our satisfaction, the advice was frank and not at all vague, and everything was on time.’

Key clients


Metropolitan Thames Valley

London & Quadrant

Platform Housing Group

Apex Housing Association

Anchor Hanover

Notting Hill Genesis

Sage Housing

Paradigm Housing Group

Southern Housing Group

The Riverside Group

Triple Point (Metlife and Barings)


Progress Housing Group

Onward Housing Association

Beyond Housing Association

Housing 21

Broadacres Housing Association

Your Housing Group

Work highlights

  • Advised The Riverside Group Limited and One Housing Group on the financing arrangements emanating out of their formal partnership by way of One Housing Group (and its subsidiaries) becoming subsidiaries of The Riverside Group. The work involved procuring consents from incumbent funders to both entities (where required) and entering into bespoke arrangements involving £1bn + of debt with third party funders and intra-group arrangements.
  • Advised Onward Housing Association on their £350 million bond issue and financing arrangements emanating out of its consolidation with Contour Housing Association.
  • Having advised London & Quadrant Housing Trust on the establishment of its Euro Medium Term Note Programme in 2020, acted for L&Q again on the issue of £300 million sustainability-linked bonds under the Programme.

Real estate > Social housing: local authorities and registered providers Tier 1

Devonshires Solicitors LLP fields ‘a wide range of experienced partners who can assist with matters that arise across the affordable housing and RP sectors‘. The team acts for a plethora of housing associations and registered providers on social housing issues and can and boasts ‘great strength in terms of areas of expertise and levels of experience‘. Andrew Cowan specialises in banking and governance work in the social housing sector. ‘FantasticDonna McCarthy heads the housing management and property litigation team and is particularly experienced in acting in public law, human rights, and Equality Act challenges, while Sharon Kirkham heads the property charging work. The cross-departmental team also features banking specialist Julian Barker, dispute resolution lawyer James Dunn, construction specialist Mark London as well as Triya Maicha, Neil Toner and Jonathan Corris, who head the real estate and projects team. The unit was further strengthened with the arrivals of Matthew Waters and Katie Fung. Former housing management and property head Nick Billingham retired in April 2022 but continues to support the team on a consultancy basis.

Practice head(s):

Andrew Cowan; Julian Barker; Sharon Kirkham; Mark London; Donna McCarthy; James Dunn; Triya Maicha; Neil Toner; Jonathan Corris

Other key lawyers:

Paul Buckland; Matthew Waters; Katie Fung; Gemma Bell


‘Devonshires’ team has excellent social housing and regulated sector experience. This gives confidence that the advice will be focussed around a strong understanding of that operating environment. This sets them above other lawyer practices for me – they are my ‘go to’.’

‘The Devonshires team has great strength in terms of areas of expertise and levels of experience. It means that work can be allocated to someone with the right area of expertise and the right level of experience. The Devonshires team is the best in these respects in the sector. If I was in a management role in a social housing provider, Devonshires would be my first point of call for legal issues.’

‘Donna McCarthy has fantastic communication skills with her clients. She makes sure that she understands what their needs are. Lee Russell has really strong analytical skills and is comfortable with complex multi faceted cases. He recently managed a case in which the whole of a recent development had to be vacated. He secured great results for his client.’

‘Devonshires have a wide range of experienced partners who can assist with matters that arise across the affordable housing and RP sectors.’

‘Neil Toner is an excellent head of real estate. He is able to communicate complex points with clarity and has wide experience within the sector. He has successfully guided us through a number of complex transactions over recent years.’

‘They have a very diverse team, that allows any legal problem to be handled by the team, this means we can have certainty when we ask a question we will get a whole answer.’

Key clients


Paragon Asra Housing Group

Metropolitan Thames Valley

Newlon Housing Group

Trafford Housing

Home Group

Notting Hill Genesis



Real estate > Social housing Tier 1

The cross-departmental team at Devonshires Solicitors LLP is praised for its ‘gold-plated reputation in the social housing sector’ and acts for a range of registered providers, such as The Riverside Group, as well as numerous housing associations. Gary Grigor, who is noted for his expertise in financing arrangements and private bond issues, jointly heads the Leeds practice alongside Chris Drabble, who handles all aspects of security-related transactions. Elad Yasdi advises on development site acquisitions, property stock transfers and rationalisation projects, while Kirsty Thompson and Richard Anderson are also key contacts in the group.

Practice head(s):

Gary Grigor; Chris Drabble; Elad Yasdi; Kirsty Thompson; Richard Anderson


‘The Devonshires team have a solid, gold plated reputation in the social housing sector. I have worked with them over a period of 30 years and always found the team professional, diligent, accurate, and thorough in the work and advice they give.’

‘Kirsty Thompson is always available to resolve issues, by coming up with practical solutions.’

‘Most recently I have worked closely with Elad Yasdi and his team. Elad always makes time for his clients. He listens, shares his thinking and offers solutions and problem-solving ideas.’

‘The level of experience and knowledge this practice holds is well respected within the construction and social housing sectors.’

‘Gary Grigor is the standout partner for me. His industry knowledge and insight is second to none and gives robust advice with a friendly demeanour. He takes the time to know our entire loan portfolio so that when negotiating something new, he knows immediately whether it is a good fit and can highlight any variations from the ‘norm’ so that our time as the client can be spent focused on the points we need to understand and commercially negotiate.’

‘The social housing team at Devonshires in Leeds are just fantastic, both in the banking space and on the property securitisation side.’

‘Chris Drabble heads up a first-class securitisation team. He leads his team by example demonstrating the qualities of being approachable, helpful and understanding whilst at all times maintaining a high level of professionalism. He takes time to understand the purpose and desired outcome of the transaction and drives a strong team to ensure both are met.’

‘The team have extensive knowledge of the housing sector and deal with potential issues in a very proactive and innovative manner. From the top down, all members of the team are approachable and friendly and they work hard to build strong relationships with all areas of our team.’

Key clients

MetLife and Barings

The Riverside Group Ltd

Onward Homes Limited

Beyond Housing Limited



Hyde Housing Association

The Guinness Partnership

Work highlights

  • Advised MetLife and Barings on a structured £195m private placement note issuance with an affiliate of Triple Point Social Housing REIT.
  • Advised The Riverside Group Limited (TRGL) and One Housing Group (OHG) on the financing arrangements emanating out of their formal partnership by way of OHG (and its subsidiaries) becoming subsidiaries of TRGL.
  • Acted for Peabody in connection with the regeneration of the West Thamesmead site, for the provision of residential housing and commercial space from its current industrial.

Crime, fraud and licensing > Fraud: civil Tier 4

Devonshires Solicitors LLP has noteworthy expertise in acting for as well as against regulators in matters relating to fraud. Other areas of expertise are the housing sector and litigation against banks. The team's w expertise covers fraud, cross-border investigations and regulatory work. Philip Barden‘s experience also spans the insurance, IT, PFI and supply chain arenas. Practice head James Dunn has an accountancy background, and David Pack knows offshore jurisdictions well.

Practice head(s):

James Dunn

Other key lawyers:

Philip Barden; Nikki Bowker; David Pack


‘Wide-ranging practice areas. Very easy to deal with.’

‘The firm is a medium-sized firm which delivers a high quality service and reasonable cost.’

‘Philip Barden is exceptional. He is the go-to person for this area.’

Real estate > Construction: contentious Tier 4

Devonshires Solicitors LLP offers advise to a range of clients, including public and private developers, local authorities and private sector clients. It is particularly well known for its strength in social housing and residential and mixed-used development matters. Mark London leads the team, and has strong expertise in fire safety and building defect claims for high rise buildings across the UK, alongside Matthew Cocklin . Meanwhile, Michael Wharfe focuses on disputes in commercial, insurance, engineering and construction matters.

Practice head(s):

Mark London

Other key lawyers:

Matthew Cocklin; Michael Wharfe


‘Mark London and Matthew Cocklin are backed up by excellent partners and associates. There are quality people from the top to the bottom of the team who produce first-class work that is “court ready”. It is unusual to have that kind of uniformity of quality.’

‘Matthew Cocklin is a star in the field. He has a excellent understanding of the construction industry, deep knowledge of the law, great commercial and litigation instincts and an eye for detail.’

‘Mark London has seen everything in the business. He combines encyclopaedic knowledge of the field with ruthless commercial nous to provide straightforward advice clients can follow.’

‘A leading team for local authority construction work, and has a deep knowledge of cladding-related claims.’

‘Mark London is fantastic with clients, can predict the other side’s next move with ease, and is a man you want on your side.’

‘Very committed and very professional.’

‘Very attentive to clients needs. Great communication.’

‘Mathew Cocklin and Adam Mathewson are a great team. Both bring considerable experience of construction issues.’

Key clients

Shepherds Bush Housing Association

Hastoe Housing Association

Mr and Mrs. Struthers

Asta Construction Services Limited

Newlon Housing Trust

M+W High Tech Projects

Swan Housing Association

Sage Housing



Work highlights

    Real estate > Construction: non-contentious Tier 5

    Devonshires Solicitors LLP is well regarded for its advice to clients in the housing sector, often acting for social housing developers, local authorities, and private sector clients. The non-contentious construction team is led by Asif Patel, who regularly acts for clients across both the private and public sectors and is experienced in all forms of construction procurement.

    Practice head(s):

    Mark London; Asif Patel

    Other key lawyers:

    Sasha Pirbhai


    ‘Excellent responsive service, completes tasks in line with agreed timescales, excellent advice provided, and looks for solutions to suit all.’

    ‘Asif Patel is very personable, makes everything simple to understand, delivers on promises, responds quickly, and makes the whole process very straight forward.’

    ‘Sasha Pirbhai is very professional, commercial and pragmatic in her approach. She is engaging and consistent with her advice and manner.’

    ‘Asif Patel and Mark London give essential support.’

    ‘Asif Patel has a highly pragmatic approach to contract drafting. He has a highly measured and engaging approach.’

    ‘The Devonshires team are always highly responsive, particularly in the area of procurement. Their advice is always well thought out with explained rationale.’

    Key clients

    Swan Housing Association Limited

    Stonewater Limited

    Sage Housing

    Peabody Trust

    Peabody Construction Limited

    Metropolitan Housing Trust Limited

    The Riverside Group Limited

    Soho Estates Limited

    Berkeley Square Developments Limited

    Pocket Living Limited


    Persimmon Homes Limited

    Morgan Sindall Property Services Limited

    One Housing Group Limited

    Paradigm Housing Group

    Hexagon Housing Association Limited

    London Borough of Enfield

    Charnwood Borough Council

    Stevenage Borough Council

    Paragon Asra Housing Limited

    A2 Dominion

    Accent Group Limited

    Catalyst Housing Limited



    Clarion Housing Group

    Home Group

    Hyde Housing Association

    Lewisham Homes Limited

    Longhurst Group Limited

    London & Quadrant Housing Association

    Moat Homes Limited

    Newlon Housing Trust

    Notting Hill Genesis

    Progress Housing Group

    The Guiness Partnership

    Trafford Housing Trust

    Your Housing Group

    Work highlights

    • Acting for Swan Housing Association to deliver a 30-year £500m regeneration project in Southend, which will involve the development of 1,300 new homes, a commercial development and new highways infrastructure.
    • Acting for Stonewater Limited in its restructure of development and construction arrangements to the value of circa £465m in order to secure £100m in new funding to maximise capacity to deliver its planned 6,000 affordable homes over the next 4 years.
    • Acting for Sage on a £106m portfolio purchase of 420 new homes from Optivo, providing a mixture of rental and shared ownership properties across six sites in London and the South East.

    Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: mid-market Tier 6

    Housing providers comprise a large part of Devonshires Solicitors LLP's client base. In addition to day-to-day commercial disputes work, the 'fantastic' team focuses on insolvency, debt recovery, public inquiries and coroners inquests. James Dunn is a fraud, regulatory and inquiry specialist, while Philip Barden is a commercial disputes expert.

    Practice head(s):

    James Dunn

    Other key lawyers:

    Philip Barden; Jim Varley; Stephen Netherway; Nikki Bowker; David Pack; Matthew Garbutt; Leah Kesby


    ‘A very competent, commercial litigation team.’

    ‘A fantastic and knowledgeable team that is well versed across many sectors that we have to deal with.’

    Always available, forthright and direct, which saves a lot of time and ensures we act effectively.

    ‘If one is looking for practical advice and a competent firm that will bill you fairly and not go over the top, this is the ideal law firm.’

    ‘I appreciate the exceptional service that the team provides to clients, with cases from medium to large – and it always holds its own.’

    ‘A pleasure to work with; and what impresses me is the common sense approach it adopts, rather than fighting and arguing everything, which is so often the case.’

    Prompt attention, excellent focus on issues, simple but easily-understandable presentations, and available at short notice.

    ‘Philip Barden stands out as outstanding. He cares, works hard, is a tough negotiator and pragmatic. I have no hesitation in recommending him to clients, and he has always come good.’

    Key clients

    Uniworld River Cruises


    Notting Hill Genesis

    Tindell Riley & Co

    Notting Hill Genesis

    Rendall & Rittner

    Canaccord Genuity Wealth (International)

    Spink Construction

    TMT (technology, media and telecoms) > IT and telecoms

    Michelle Mullen leads the commercial IT practice at Devonshires Solicitors LLP, which has a strong focus on handling technology-related work for clients in the social housing sector.

    This highly regarded City firm has strengths in housing, development, commercial litigation, projects work, corporate services, real estate, banking, clinical negligence, and private client matters, as well as expanding practices in services to care, providers and regulators.

    The firm: Based in the City of London for over 150 years, Devonshires is a leading practice providing high-quality, accessible and value-for-money services to domestic and international clients, including developers, local authorities, housing associations and financial services firms. The practice focuses on building strong, long-lasting relationships in order to achieve outstanding results based on practical advice. The foundation of its success is its commitment to people, both its own and those working for its clients. The firm ensures its staff have access to high-quality training and fosters ‘one to one’ connections between its solicitors and clients.

    Devonshires is committed to delivering its services in a socially responsible way. Their partners, staff, clients, and charities continue to demonstrate goodwill, generosity, and dedication to their Corporate Social Responsibility schemes that they operate. Last year over 40% of their partners and staff volunteered to give up their time to support their four chosen charities and donated well over £40,000. The firm was also re-awarded the Gold Clean City Award with special commendation by the City of London Clean City Awards Scheme.

    Types of work undertaken: The firm acts on a broad range of matters including projects, property and real estate, securitisation, construction, housing management, commercial litigation, employment, banking, corporate work, and governance. It has a notable specialism in advising companies that interface with the private sector, including construction, facilities management, and public/private joint ventures. The practice is a leader in social housing, including working on many development projects nationwide and helping to draft legislation. The firm is active in financial advice for commercial property, corporate finance, and private equity projects. Advice is given to local authorities and other public bodies on constitutional, commercial, and operational matters. Cutting-edge services are supplied in regulatory matters, including solicitor interventions and run-offs for the Law Society/Solicitors Regulation Authority, and advice to the Homes and Communities Agency on social housing. A cross-departmental team advises on all aspects of care, including building care homes, safeguarding issues, reviewing CQC inspection reports, preparing challenges to warning notices, and dealing with inquests. Private client expertise includes family law, conveyancing, employment, and professional and clinical negligence. Devonshires will maintain its successful policy of gradual, prudent growth by promotion from within and strategic lateral hires, in order to further strengthen the services it offers clients.

    Senior partner; Litigation & Dispute Resolution; Commerce Philip Barden
    Head of Social Housing; Banking, corporate and governance Andrew Cowan
    Banking, Capital Markets & Property Charging Julian Barker
    Banking, Capital Markets & Property Charging: Sharon Kirkham
    Clinical Negligence & Personal Injury Nick Grant
    Commercial Contracts & Procurement Kris Kelliher
    Commercial Contracts & Procurement Michelle Mullen
    Construction & Engineering Mark London
    Corporate James Lyons
    Debt Recovery & Insolvency Jim Varley
    Employment Katie Maguire
    Employment Kirsty Thompson
    Governance Jonathan Jarvis
    Health & Care Caroline Mostowfi
    Health & Care; Housing Management & Property Litigation Donna McCarthy
    Housing Management & Property Litigation; Information Law Nick Billingham
    Insurance Stephen Netherway
    Leisure & Public Services; Projects Paul Buckland
    Planning Hannah Langford
    Property and real estate Neil Toner
    Property and real estate Jonathan Corris
    Regulators James Dunn
    Philip Barden photo Philip BardenPhilip is currently retained in the following matters: acting for an employer…
    Julian Barker photo Julian BarkerJulian is a partner and head of the banking and capital markets…
    Nick Billingham photo Nick BillinghamNick is a partner and head of the housing management department. Nick…
    Nikki Bowker photo Nikki BowkerNikki is a partner in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution team. Nikki…
    Paul Buckland photo Paul BucklandPaul has particular expertise in regeneration, procurement, a wide range of commercial…
    Matthew Cocklin photo Matthew CocklinMatthew specialises in construction dispute resolution and acts for all groups that…
    Jonathan Corris photo Jonathan CorrisJonathan has worked with clients on a variety of development projects from…
    Andrew Cowan photo Andrew CowanAndrew is a partner and is our head of social housing. He…
    Andrew Crawford photo Andrew CrawfordAndrew advises charities and registered providers on commercial transactions and governance issues.…
    James Dunn photo James DunnJames is a partner in the litigation and dispute resolution department and…
    Robert Edge photo Robert EdgeRobert represents an array of clients from a variety of sectors based…
    Mark Foxcroft photo Mark FoxcroftMark is a partner in the Housing Management & Property Litigation Team.…
    Nick Grant photo Nick GrantNick is a partner in the litigation and dispute resolution department and…
    Gareth Hall photo Gareth HallGareth is a partner in the governance, corporate and finance team. Gareth…
    Jonathan Jarvis photo Jonathan JarvisJonathan is a partner in the Banking, Governance and Corporate team and…
    Kris Kelliher photo Kris KelliherKris is a partner in the projects group and specialises in commercial…
    Sharon Kirkham photo Sharon KirkhamSharon is a partner and heads up the securitisation team of over…
    Kathryn Kligerman photo Kathryn KligermanKathryn is a partner in the construction department and advises on all…
    Hannah Langford photo Hannah LangfordHannah is a partner in the Real Estate & Projects Team.  Hannah…
    Neil Lawlor photo Neil LawlorNeil is a partner in the housing management department. Neil qualified as…
    Mark London photo Mark LondonMark is a partner and head of the construction and property services…
    James Lyons photo James LyonsJames is praised by clients for his careful attention to detail, patience…
    Katie Maguire photo Katie MaguireKatie is a partner in the Employment team.  Katie regularly advises clients…
    Triya Maicha photo Triya MaichaTriya is a partner in the Real Estate and Projects department specialising…
    Donna McCarthy photo Donna McCarthyDonna heads up a team advising on all aspects of housing management…
    Dan Moan photo Dan MoanDan brings a pragmatic, commercially focused approach to his work with a…
    Caroline Mostowfi photo Caroline MostowfiCaroline is a partner in the real estate and projects group with…
    Michelle Mullen photo Michelle MullenMichelle advises on a wide range of corporate and commercial matters for…
    Stephen Netherway photo Stephen NetherwayStephen has wide-ranging experience in disputes and arbitration, with particular focus on…
    Asif Patel photo Asif PatelAsif is a partner in the Construction & Engineering team. Asif provides…
    Saghar Roya photo Saghar RoyaSaghar acts on behalf of a vast number of Registered Providers in…
    Lee Russell photo Lee RussellLee is a partner in the Housing Management & Property Litigation team.…
    Aruna Sarwar photo Aruna SarwarAruna is a Partner in our Real Estate & Projects Team. Aruna…
    Richard Sharpe photo Richard SharpeRichard is a partner who joined the securities team in October 2011.…
    Kirsty Thompson photo Kirsty ThompsonKirsty is a partner in the Employment team. Kirsty acts for Registered…
    Neil Toner photo Neil TonerNeil is Head of Real Estate at Devonshires. Neil’s work over the…
    Robert Turner photo Robert TurnerRobert has extensive experience in drafting, negotiating and advising in relation to major…
    Jim Varley photo Jim VarleyJim is an insolvency partner with extensive knowledge of forensic recovery and…
    Michael Wharfe photo Michael WharfeMichael is a partner in the Construction & Engineering team. Michael is…
    Elad Yasdi photo Elad YasdiElad is a partner in the property department and advises on a…
    Number of UK partners : 40
    Number of other UK fee-earners : 134