Morrish Solicitors launch new Advocacy and Criminal Representation Department

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Leeds based Morrish Solicitors has announced the appointment of Phil Morris as In-House Counsel,  to lead their new Advocacy and Criminal Representation Department.

Phil was called to the Bar in 2011 having previously been a solicitor for 20 years. Throughout his career he has specialised in Criminal and Regulatory Law and has extensive advocacy experience in Magistrates and Crown courts as well as the Court of Appeal. During his career he has also undertaken a large number of civil cases, including personal injury and general common law.

Phil said: “I am delighted to have been able to accept this exciting opportunity to work with Morrish. I have known the partners for many years and am aware that I am joining a highly regarded firm which takes pride in the service it provides to its Union clients and their members.”

Paul Scholey, Senior Partner at Morrish Solicitors commented: “We are extremely pleased to be welcoming Phil to Morrish. He will be a great asset to the firm and his previous experience will add significant value to the company and our clients and help us to widen our expertise.”

The new service offering will include criminal advocacy and connected regulatory matters.

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