Construction and engineering partner joins law firm Royds Withy King
Regional law firm Royds Withy King has strengthened further its construction and engineering dispute resolution team with the appointment of Sean Randall-Morris as a partner.
Sean joins from Davies & Partners Solicitors and is an award-winning advocate and an arbitrator who specialises in alternative dispute resolution. His work typically concerns disputes relating to payments and contractual entitlements, building defects, and professional negligence claims against architects and engineers.
Before coming to law, Sean was a chartered surveyor and spent 20 years working in the construction, infrastructure, and defence sectors. Sean remains a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Sean trained as a lawyer in both England and Scotland and received his LLM in Advocacy with Distinction from University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. As approved faculty for the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Sean teaches dispute resolution to other lawyers on behalf of the institute.
In 2017 Sean was awarded Advocate of the Year in the Corporate Livewire Legal awards.
Sean said: “I’m delighted to be joining the Construction and Engineering team at Royds Withy King. The firm has a fantastic reputation in the sector and I am really looking forward to adding my specialist ADR skills into the mix”
Partner and head of construction and engineering Andrew Ash said: “Sean has a brilliant reputation and a proven track record for winning cases for clients both in the UK and overseas. Sean’s skills as an advocate and arbitrator will complement those of our market-leading team. We are very happy to have Sean on board.”
Royds Withy King has offices in Swindon and Marlborough, and in Bath where Sean will be based.
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