Who Are We

Guy Clapham & Co. has been providing legal services from offices in the West End of London since 1982.
Our clients range from private individuals contemplating their house purchase, to multi-million pound businesses.

Our Solicitors

Guy Clapham


Admitted as a solicitor in 1979. Guy founded the practice in its present location in 1982, advising commercial clients in all areas of their operation. He is an expert litigator having gained broad experience particularly in the fields of company / commercial disputes, commercial property and landlord and tenant work. He also undertakes commercial property and general commercial transactional work for his commercial clients.

Guy also has considerable judicial experience having sat as a deputy district judge for over ten years in the London county courts and the Supreme Court Costs Office and is a member of Resolution (the association of family lawyers).

Andrew Veitch


Andrew has both a Law Degree and a Masters degree in Criminal Justice, from which he obtained valuable in-depth research skills. Prior to joining Guy Clapham & Co as a trainee, he worked for British Telecom Plc’s property department, where he was involved in large scale disposals of BT’s property portfolio.

Since joining Guy Clapham & Co, he has developed expertise in private client legal services including residential conveyancing and advice on wills, probate and trusts and family issues as well as in relation to personal injury claims. He was made a partner in 2004.

Frances Marshall


Frances was admitted as a solicitor in 2012, having retired from the Army as a Major in 2007. She has a classics degree from Cambridge University and a law degree from Oxford; she gained a distinction on the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law, Guildford.

Frances joined Guy Clapham & Co in September 2013. She mainly works on conveyancing, but also covers a range of other matters including commercial dispute resolution, employment, immigration, personal injury, wills and probate.

She lives in Farnborough, Hampshire with her husband. They enjoy sailing and Frances is a committee member of the Law Society Yacht Club.