Experience & expertise
Keith qualified as a solicitor in 1969 and founded Howell-Jones Solicitors in 1977. Through his astute business acumen and because of his passion for excellent client service, Keith built up the firm which has an enviable reputation for the breadth and quality of the legal services it provides.
Whilst Keith has now retires, he acts as an advisory Consultant to the current owners. For this purpose he draws on his considerable experience in working for people in business and charities. He was a litigation lawyer for 20 years and then 20 years as a company commercial lawyer.
He acted for many solicitors over the years and is a member of the Solicitors Assistance Scheme.
Academic and professional appointments
Keith holds a Master of Laws in Business Law, with distinction, and was formerly responsible for the financial management of the firm.
Outside of work
Keith is the assistant organist of Christ Church, Esher, holding the Diploma of Associate of The Royal College of Organists. He was the Honorary Solicitor for many years to The Royal College of Organists. He is the Honorary Solicitor to the Organists Charitable Trust.