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35/36 GREAT MARLBOROUGH STREET, LONDON, W1F 7JF, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7734 9700
Fax:
Fax 020 734 4340
DX:
37219 PICCADILLY
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Web:
www.sgk-solicitors.co.uk

Philip Hill

Tel:
Work 020 7734 9700
Email:
Shaw Graham Kersh

Position

Partner and head of general crime department. Has extensive experience of all cases, including murder, large scale drug importations, fraud etc. Has large and loyal following of clients, forged over many years. Please go to the firm’s website (www.sgk-solicitors.co.uk) for further details.

Career

Qualified 1997. Partner 2001.

Education

BA (hons).


London: Crime, fraud and licensing

Crime: general

Within: Crime: general

Founding partners Raymond Shaw, Paul Graham and Daniel Kersh lead the ‘extremely impressive’ crime group at Shaw Graham Kersh. Philip Hill, acts for a defendant in Operation Sanctuary/Shelter involving the alleged grooming and rape of vulnerable youths.

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