Graham Huntley founded Signature Litigation to be distinctively different to anything else in the market.
The team at Signature Litigation feels valued and respected, not only for their legal skills and experience, but also for their wider contribution to the business. Through an enduring body of rights and principles, the firm takes a meritocratic view.
All team members have an equal voice and are engaged in how the business is run. Signature Litigation is governed by the combined voices of all its people. Everyone has the guaranteed rights to enjoy the firm’s success, financial and otherwise, and to ensure that Signature Litigation’s unique culture remains entirely protected.
Graham Huntley has a long standing commitment to charitable and pro bono work. He is a trustee of several charities, including the London Legal Support Trust, the Royal Courts of Justice Advice Bureau and the Capital Cases Charitable Trust (of which he is chairman) among other pro bono projects.
Graham also continues to devote time and energy to the legal community. He is the past president of the London Solicitors Litigation Association and is a member of the Commercial Court Users’ Committee. He remains active in several judicial and other professional working groups and study bodies, in which Graham has made several contributions to the continuing analysis of managing large cases.
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