Graeme Kirk

Graeme is an experienced practitioner specialising in commercial and property law, and related areas including employment, company law and personal/corporate insolvency, as well as landlord and tenant work.  Graeme also drafts commercial contracts.

He combines a commercial and practical method and is always very approachable.

Graeme is very happy to provide seminars, and previously taught at BPP Law School.

Graeme accepts appropriate Direct Public Access instructions.

Further information


  • MA in Modern History (Lincoln College, Oxford)
  •  CPE (PGDip Law), City University
  •  BVC, Inns of Court School of Law


Graeme has three teenagers who keep him busy when he is not at work.

He loves all sorts of music, West Ham United and, until he had children, did a lot of travelling.


Graeme has appeared in Employment Tribunals around the country, most typically in claims concerning unfair dismissal and discrimination, and has appeared in the Employment Appeal Tribunal.

His trial experience includes his representing a sample group of around 120 who were found to have been dismissed contrary to the collective redundancy procedure provisions.

Notable Cases

Balamurali and Sandhu v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2003] EWCA Civ 1806 – uncharacteristically, an immigration case during Graeme’s early practice.

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