Benjamin Hammond

Property Solicitor

Benjamin Hammond

Property Solicitor

Benjamin trained with Eversheds (now Eversheds Sutherland) and qualified as a commercial real estate lawyer. Ben once worked on a project that helped build a large chunk of Milton Keynes.

Where are you from?

Norfolk

When did you qualify?

1999, Solicitor, England and Wales.

What’s your background?

I trained with Eversheds (now Eversheds Sutherland) and qualified as a commercial real estate lawyer. I moved to the City of London and then took a partnership in a Legal 500 firm. More recently I have worked as a consultant lawyer, and built my own practice.

What made you become a Lawyer?

I read English Literature at university, so I had an affinity with words. I spent some time in barristers’ chambers and law firms and realised that this was what I wanted to do.

Your ethos?

I push transactions through with the minimum of fuss.

Practice Areas

  • Commercial Property
  • Real Estate