"The first choice of junior for many", "thorough, robust and in complete control", Graham is “so good that he is doing work far beyond his years of call” and is “consistently involved in high-profile cases”. Graham has a broad commercial practice which falls into three core areas: commercial litigation, professional liability claims in a commercial context and construction and engineering law. Graham has been described as “very able”, “quick and hardworking” and “intellectually gifted”. He appears in Court and arbitrations and has a growing advisory practice in the field of financial services regulation.
Graham’s commercial practice spans the full range of commercial disputes and often his cases have an international dimension to them. His professional liability work includes claims against accountants and auditors, construction professionals, financial service professionals, insurance brokers and agents, lawyers and surveyors and valuers. He also has experience of professional disciplinary matters. His practice includes insurance and reinsurance work and he is regularly instructed in cases concerned with the interpretation of policy-wording and coverage disputes. In the construction field he has acted for and against contractors, architects and engineers in claims concerning projects both in the UK and overseas. He has experience of acting in domestic and international arbitrations both in the commercial and construction fields.
Graham is a contributor to the 6th Edition of Jackson & Powell on Professional Negligence (Sweet & Maxwell 2006) and is the co-author of the chapter on tort in the Construction Law Handbook (Thomas Telford).
Graham is rated as a leading junior in both Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500.
B.A. (Oxon.) (First Class)