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Paul Owen

Senior Associate | Solicitor
Paul in a blue shirt, yellow tie and dark jacket, in front of a window

Specialising in – Business and Property Law

Paul Owen was admitted as a solicitor in April 1981 having completed his Articles/Training with his late father, Hugh W. Owen, in Windsor.

Paul then moved to London to develop a career in litigation. He first joined Lewis & Dick in the Strand, a well known litigation practice, where he deepened his knowledge and experience, especially in High Court litigation. From here he accepted the exciting opportunity to join Clifford Turner in the City (now Clifford Chance). While there, he was seconded to Luxembourg for six months on the Banco Ambrosiano liquidation, which involved international asset recovery and working with lawyers from many foreign jurisdictions.

Paul subsequently joined two more well known local firms, where he specialised in general civil and commercial litigation, before joining Piers Clifton in Maidenhead and establishing Clifton Owen in 1994.

In October 2010, Paul amalgamated his practice of Clifton Owen with that of Charsley Harrison LLP in Windsor, which he joined as a Partner.

Having relocated to West Berkshire some years ago, he now looks forward to the next stage of his career, serving the local community in Hungerford and the surrounding area.

Paul has undertaken a wide range of work from business acquisitions and sales, employment law, (both contentious and non-contentious) commercial litigation, debt recovery, corporate and personal insolvency and general litigation including party wall and neighbour/boundary disputes, landlord and tenant disputes including business lease renewal applications, breaches of covenant, dilapidation claims and possessions in respect of both commercial and residential property.

The areas Paul can help you with include:


Paul’s clients include individuals, businesses, partnerships, companies, employers and employees, shareholders and directors, property owners, landlords and tenants.