James qualified as a solicitor in 1992 with City firm, Trowers and Hamlins. He practised as a commercial lawyer in Oman, Dubai and Hong Kong before returning to England in 1999. In 2000, James started his own legal consultancy helping small to medium sized companies receive a level of service and value that was unobtainable through conventional law firms. Exponential growth and strong demand for this type of service led James to establish Keystone Law in 2002. James now focuses on Keystone’s day to day operations as well as the firm’s strategic direction and growth.