Graeme specialises in EU procurement law. He has extensive experience in advising contracting authorities and utilities on the full range of issues that arise.
Graeme spent a number of years working in the public sector before joining the firm. That experience - and the insight gained - gives him an edge in advising contracting authorities, and those dealing with them, on EU procurement law issues. He works closely with the public sector, social housing, projects, construction, urban regeneration, dispute resolution, charities and social enterprise teams on issues relating to compliance, shared services, collaboration and procurement challenges.
Graeme is a member of the UK Procurement Lawyers Association.
Graeme is ranked by Chambers in the UK-wide procurement category:
"excellent technical knowledge of public procurement law and very good eye for detail"
"provides effective solutions without grandstanding"
20th March 2020
New temporary framework approved for state aid measures to support economy in COVID-19 crisis.
11th March 2020
Housebuilders and the Scotland Excel residential new build construction framework.
21st August 2013
A decision of the English High Court has provided a reminder of the strict approach that the courts take when it comes to enforcing the time limit for challenging procurement decisions(Corelogic Limited v Bristol City Council  EWHC 2088 (TCC)..