Philip has come back to London after 20 years as a Senior Clerk in the provinces.
Prior to this he spent 7 years as Senior Clerk at chambers in Lincoln’s Inn, overseeing its transformation from Common Law Chambers to specialist set and opening its Bristol annexe which is still in operation today
He was the first Senior Clerk in the country to complete the IBC BTEC Advanced Award in Chambers Administration which he subsequently lectured on. He was also previously a member of the Management Committee of the Institute of Barristers Clerks.
He prides himself on his friendly and open approach and welcomes approaches from clients to discuss best working practices.
He is a keen skier an irregular and awful golfer, season ticket holder at Arsenal and a collector of Modern Art.
Section 124(6) of the Equality Act 2010 (‘the Act’) provides that discrimination awards in the employment tribunal correspond to awards which could be awarded by a county court under Section 119 of the Act.
The Court of Appeal, reversing a strike-out ruling, has decided that it is arguable that geneticists were under a duty of care to provide information to C about her father’s diagnosis of Huntington’s disease.