Philip has significant experience in dealing with both contentious and non-contentious employment disputes, ranging from simple settlement agreements to complex disability discrimination claims involving principles and end-users.
In addition, he regularly advises employers on contracts of employment, staff handbooks, disciplinary and grievance processes, long-term sickness absence processes, dismissals and breach of restrictive covenants.
Philip is also experienced in practising education law which involves representing parents on various matters including admission appeals, governor’s complaints, complaints to the ESFA, appeals before the First-Tier Tribunal and university disciplinary matters. This experience has provided him with a good overview of the education landscape in both England and Wales.
He completed his law degree at the University of Kent and completed his LPC at Nottingham Law School.