Ben is commercial lawyer who works closely with in-house lawyers, procurement/sales teams and management to facilitate commercial deals with the minimum of fuss. 

He advises on a broad range of commercial agreements, including procurement; logistics; agency/distribution; facilities management, manufacturing and supply chain. He has a particular emphasis on agreements relating to the retail and consumer sector. He also has significant experience on commercial matters in the context of corporate transactions. 

He is an extremely experienced lawyer who has an ability to provide technically excellent advice delivered within a very pragmatic and commercial context. Clients have praised him for "the quality of his advice being consistently impressive, managing to balance a deep understanding of the law with a healthy and sensible commerciality" 

He is recognised as a Next Generation Partner in Legal 500. 

  • Advising a snacks brand on a 10-year outsourcing of its logistics and warehousing arrangements to a leading Global logistics provider.  
  • Supporting a globally recognised sports team on the outsourcing of its e-commerce platform - simultaneously negotiating with three service suppliers within a short time frame. 
  • Advised a consumer brand on the outsourcing of its facilities management across multiple global sites.   
  • Supporting a UK supermarket on a range of food manufacturing supply contracts. 
  • Advising a UK retailer on implementing multiple concession arrangements into its 150 store estate.
  • Advising a retailer on the outsourcing of its website to a global e-commerce technology group
  • 2002- University of Birmingham, Political Science (BA (Hons)- First Class
  • 2004 DePaul University (Chicago), Social Science (MA)
  • 2006- College of Law, GDL and LPC