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Antony Vundi

Trainee Solicitor

Antony is a first seat Trainee Solicitor working in the Banking and Finance team, having completed four years of the Solicitor Apprenticeship.



Antony is a second seat Trainee Solicitor working in the Construction, Engineering & Projects team, having completed four years of the Solicitor Apprenticeship.

Antony is part of our 6-year solicitor apprenticeship programme and has completed five seats across the Firm in the Corporate, Real Estate, Commercial Dispute Resolution, Banking and Finance, and Construction, Engineering & Projects teams. He has a broad range of experience, having worked with a variety of clients in each of his seats.

More recently Antony has begun his Training Contract at the Firm and is currently in his second trainee seat rotation. Alongside his work at the Firm, Antony is currently studying for the Solicitors Qualifying Exams.

Antony will qualify as a Solicitor in 2025.


  • Advising on the sale of a mental health hospital and care facilities to a FTSE 250 listed investment trust and private care home provider.
  • Assisting on a first round investment from a private equity fund into a fast growing tech business.
  • Advising an IT solutions provider on its acquisition of one of Microsoft’s largest Azure partners in the UK.
  • Assisting on the demerger, restructuring and disposal of a portfolio of care homes consisting of some 90 properties across the UK.
  • Advising on the construction elements to the sale of freehold interests in a number of care homes to a Euronext Brussels listed REIT.
  • Assisting a global real estate investment manager on the £102m purchase of a 785,000 sq ft warehouse, forming its largest single asset deal in the UK to date.

Our thinking

  • A partnership for progress

    Cara Imbrailo


  • Collateral Warranties – Are they also a ‘Construction Contract’?

    Michael O'Connor


  • Charles Russell Speechlys advises Content+Cloud on the acquisition of Sol-Tec Ltd

    Mark Howard


  • Charles Russell Speechlys advises on the sale of Vision Mental Health and New Directions to Civitas and TLC Care Homes

    David Coates


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