Graham Francis Defries

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Graham Francis Defries is a partner in the law firm Dechert LLP.[1] He is the co-creator with Alexander Williams of the Queens Counsel (comic strip) featured in the law pages of The Times since 1993.

Personal life[edit]

Defries earned his B.A. at Oxford Brookes University in 1990 and went to the University of Law to take the Bar Vocational Course in 1991.[2]

He currently resides in London with his wife Emma Jane Pauline Defries and 4 children, Charles Samuel Nicholas Defries, Elisa Jane Catherine Defries, Lara Betty Maurine Defries and Arthur Joseph Graham Defries..[3]


  1. ^ Pugh, Andrew (5 July 2010). "Dechert, FFW and Slaughters take on Schroders' acquisition of RWC". The Lawyer. Retrieved 27 July 2012. 
  2. ^ Graham Defries at website of Dechert LLP Retrieved 17.August 2013
  3. ^ Graham Defries at Retrieved 17.August 2013

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