Graham joined the firm in 1997 straight from Law School. He completed his training with Lawson and Thompson and qualified as a solicitor in 1999. He became a partner in the firm in 2004.

Graham is currently based at our Bedlington Office. He has specialised in Criminal Law for more than a decade and has covered the whole range of representing defendants in Criminal Law from speeding offences all the way up to and including murder. He has particular interest and speciality in all aspects of Road Traffic Law, which can be a minefield to the unrepresented accused. We guarantee Graham will work tirelessly on your behalf defending your rights, giving you pragmatic and realistic advice and working to achieve the best possible result for you.

Graham regularly attends at the Police Station and the local Criminal Courts, both Magistrates and Crown.

As an active member of court steering committees he also spends his time fighting for client’s rights behind the scenes against repeated Government cutbacks to legal aid and protecting rights in the face of regular Government change.   He is also a leading member of the local court and police station duty solicitor schemes.

In his spare time he is involved with a local amateur dramatic society who put on three plays per year, a keen golfer (though still has lots of room for improvement), avid follower of football and fanatical about all things Tolkien related.