Graeme is currently a trainee and a research associate with our team and he regularly assists and shadows Counsel at sports law disciplinary hearings. Graeme graduated in Law from the University of Manchester in 2000 before embarking on a 15 year career in International Business Development; selling multi-stakeholder solutions to Senior executives within the UK and internationally, helping organisations to succeed across three broad horizons: People, Performance and Organisational Effectiveness.
He is passionate about delivering value to his clients, providing smart solutions to challenging problems and generating significant ROI. Graeme enjoys bringing the best people to the table to ensure a successful outcome and putting relationships first and foremost without losing focus on the end goal.
Always keen to seek opportunities to build and develop new knowledge and skills, Graeme is currently completing his Masters in International Sports Law in Practice at Sheffield Hallam University, with a specialism in Anti-Doping. He is supporting Dr Gregory Ioannidis and the Tokyo 2020 Mentoring Team of the Pro-Bono Legal Service on anti-doping law disputes arising out of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, and researching Athlete Anti-Doping Education for his Masters Dissertation.