London

Overview


Our London office brings a prestigious and full-service city practice to Europe and complements the Firm’s capabilities in France, Germany, Italy and Brussels. As part of an extensive international network, we provide complete multidisciplinary legal services to a diversity of local and international businesses, from multinational and national corporations to financial institutions and investment banks, as well as high-net-worth individuals. Our offshore capabilities are extensive, ranging from the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man to the Cayman Islands and Bermuda. Additionally, we have a strong network of professionals in numerous countries throughout English and French-speaking Africa, in China and worldwide.

We advise clients across several areas of law, including corporate, mergers and acquisitions, banking and finance, project finance, intellectual property, energy, private equity, labour and employment, tax and private client services. Our client roster includes leading FTSE 250 and Fortune 1000 organisations, governmental and regulatory authorities, international banks, and trade organisations.

Our lawyers offer a wealth of practical legal and business experience in their fields of practice, and many have gained recognition from directories such as The Legal 500 and Chambers UK. As part of a global, full-service law firm, the lawyers of our London office are prepared to help clients wherever their business interests take them.

Hamid Yunis is the managing partner for the Firm’s London office.

People


We combine personal passions with industry and legal prowess to deliver for our clients every day.

Directions


Public Transport

From Bank Station

Bank station is well served by five underground lines (Central Line, District & Circle Lines, Waterloo & City Line and the Docklands Light Railway (DLR)).

  • Leave the station by Exit 3 and continue along Threadneedle Street until you reach the traffic lights where Threadneedle Street meets Bishopsgate.
  • Turn left onto Bishopsgate, continue straight and the office is on the right hand side on the intersection with Camomile Street.
  • It should take no longer than 10 minutes on foot from the station.

For those travelling by air, the Docklands Light Railway provides a direct rail link between London City Airport and Bank station.

From Liverpool Street Station

This major London train station is served by a number of underground lines, (Central Line, Circle Line, Hammersmith & City Line and Metropolitan Line).

  • Exit the station onto Bishopsgate and turn right. Continue straight and the office is on the left hand side on the intersection with Camomile Street.
  • It should take no longer than 5 minutes on foot from the station.

For those travelling by air, there is a regular Stansted Express rail service between Stansted Airport and Liverpool Street Station.

From London Bridge Station

London Bridge station is located on the south side of the river Thames. This station has regular rail links to and from Sussex and South London and is served by two underground lines (Jubilee Line and Northern Line).

  • Exit the station onto London Bridge.
  • Once across the bridge itself you will join Gracechurch Street, continue straight.
  • Gracechurch Street becomes Bishopsgate at a set of traffic lights, continue straight and the office is on the right hand side on the intersection with Camomile Street.
  • It should take no longer than 20 minutes by foot from the station.

For those travelling by air, the First Capital Connect service runs trains every 15 minutes between Brighton, Gatwick, Luton and Bedford, into London Bridge.

From Heathrow Airport

Heathrow airport is approximately 15 miles west outside of London. There is a regular rail service between Heathrow Airport and London Paddington. Paddington station is served by 4 London Underground lines (District Line, Circle Line, Hammersmith & City Line and Bakerloo Line). The most time efficient way to reach the office is to travel from Paddington by the District Line to Notting Hill Gate station and then change on to the Central Line and continue until you reach Bank station.