Meet the team


Principal and Lawyer

David GordonDavid founded DG Law in 2004. He advises companies, entrepreneurs and individuals on corporate and property law. His early career was in-house with Bank of Scotland and private practice with city firm SJ Berwin. Former Chairman of the IOD Young Directors’ Forum (2012-2015), he enjoys golf, tennis and the cello, is a long-suffering Scottish rugby fan, and a convert to surfing.



Venitia Lawson-CruttendenVenetia advises on a wide range of issues including commercial, property and litigation law. Her clients include individuals, investors and companies. Her high energy, organisational skills and common sense mean that any problems are solved smoothly and efficiently. Outside the law, she has keen interests in travelling and photography.



Solicitor and Consultant


Tim is a solicitor advocate who specialises in harassment, stalking and reputation management, having conducted cases involving harassment via social media, ‘revenge pornography’ and ‘passing off’.  He will act on emergency situations requiring an immediate response, many of which involving high court injunctions, where he has rights of audience as an advocate.

Tim co-drafted the Stalking Bill 1996 and drafted the Opposition (Labour) amendments to the Protection from Harassment Act 1997. He is co-author of Blackstone’s Guides to the Protection from Harassment Act 1997, Harassment Law and Practice and has published numerous papers in the Law Journals and the media.  In his free time you can find him riding military horses in Hyde Park or swimming in open water.




KirbyKirby supports all members of the team. She trained as a legal secretary before joining DG Law and is now hoping to become a Legal Executive. Being one of seven children means she is highly organised and can deal with stressful situations seamlessly! In her free time she can be found walking the dogs, reading a book or playing badminton.



Executive PA

SandraSandra has 10 years of experience as an in-house PA and graduated with an MA in Literature.  She set up her own business in 2012 and has been David Gordon’s Executive PA since 2013, a regular contributor to our blog and the manager of Business Solutions Network.  She used to work as a photographer in the York music scene, was once photographed with David Gilmour, loves to read and has a keen interest in linguistics.

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