Andrew Grantham is a senior junior who came to the bar after teaching law at Wadham College Oxford and King’s College London. He practises in all aspects of commercial dispute resolution with a particular emphasis on contractual and corporate disputes.
His practice is predominantly contentious and clients include banks and major public companies as well as a number of smaller manufacturing and other companies and professional firms. He also has a particular expertise in drafting and advisory work in connection with contractual terms and conditions.
He consistently appears in both Chambers UK and the Legal 500 as a leading junior in commercial dispute resolution.
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