Leigh is a senior associate in the dispute resolution team, specialising in commercial disputes, international arbitration and mediation.

He has a broad range of experience with a particular focus on banking and financial services litigation and civil fraud. Leigh’s practice also covers more general commercial litigation work, often with an international element, including breach of contract, misrepresentation, and warranty claims, and cases involving freezing injunctions and other forms of injunctive relief. He also has experience of large international arbitrations.

Leigh has advised a wide spectrum of clients, including banks, large and boutique financial advisory companies, entrepreneurs, high-net worth individuals, and corporates operating in a range of industries.

Leigh is a co-founder and past president of the Junior London Solicitors Litigation Association, an organisation which represents the interests of over 900 junior litigators practicing in London, and which provides civil and commercial litigators working at the centre of UK and International litigation with an active forum for sharing and exchanging views, networking, learning and influencing legislation.

Leigh is also member of the Fraud Lawyers Association. He is Editor of the firm’s monthly Litigation Alerter newsletter and writes regularly in the legal press, including the New Law Journal and the Solicitor’s Journal.