Graham is a consultant in the property and housing litigation team now working principally on the Public Inquiry and related litigation on behalf of clients affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.

Until retiring as a partner in November 2019, in addition to the Grenfell cases he concentrated on residential and commercial property disputes, landlord & tenant, housing, public law and related contractual disputes. He covered all aspects of property and housing litigation acting for landlords, tenants and tenant’s organisations. Graham also worked for housing associations, co-operatives, tenant management organisations and other public and voluntary sector bodies.

  • Loughborough Estate Management Board V London Borough of Lambeth - Arbitration (2014)
  • Thorlands Housing Management Society and Angell Town Estate Management Board V London Borough of Lambeth - Arbitration (2010)
  • Winchester Court Freehold Limited V Halat Co Ltd and Farrow Properties Ltd LVT(2009)
  • Three Strathmore Gardens Ltd V Kamal LVT(2009)
  • Evans v London Metropolitan University (CA 2003-planning and environmental impact assessment)
  • Westminster ‘Homes for Votes' Gerrymandering Enquiry 1994-2003
  • Uratemp V Collins (HL 2002 - Dwelling, lease/ license)
  • R v Westminster ex p Tansey (CA 1998 - Homelessness due to fire)
  • R V Westminster ex Bishop (CA 1993 - homelessness and needs of child)
  • R v Ealing ex p Lewis (CA 1992 - unlawful Local authority rent increase)
  • Camden LB V Shortlife Community Housing Ltd (Chancery Div 1992 - ‘shortlife' lease license)
  • R v Tower Hamlets ex p Monaf (CA 1987 - homelessness and immigration)
  • Sat as a Deputy District Judge 1998-2019.
  • Was on the editorial board of the Journal of Housing Law 2006-2014.
  • Sat on the Civil Justice Council Working Group on property disputes 2015-2018.
  • Recommended in Legal 500 for both property litigation and social housing.

  • Studied law as an undergraduate at Leeds Polytechnic, thereafter obtaining an M. Phil. in criminology from Clare Hall College, Cambridge University
  • Started his legal career at Balham Law Centre, qualifying as a solicitor in 1984
  • Joined Alan Edwards & Co. in 1985, becoming a partner in 1986