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Chambers of Mark Ellison QC

1-2 LAURENCE POUNTNEY HILL, LONDON, EC4R 0EU, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7933 8855
Fax:
Fax 020 7929 3732
DX:
858 LONDON CITY
Email:
Web:
www.qebholliswhiteman.co.uk

Philip Stott

Tel:
Work 020 7933 8855
Email:
QEB Hollis Whiteman (Chambers of Mark Ellison QC)

Position

Philip Stott is an experienced and talented advocate in the criminal courts, trusted by defence solicitors and prosecuting authorities alike in cases with high levels of sensitivity and complexity. He is frequently instructed on a private basis, and, outside of the criminal courts, to represent professionals before their regulatory body.

His experience includes prosecuting and defending cases involving allegations of

  • Homicide, including allegations of medical negligence or involving expert evidence.
  • Acquisitive crime, including crimes of high levels of violence, blackmail or sophisticated dishonesty.
  • Sexual offending, including rape and the abuse of children.
  • Large scale cases of money laundering and/or fraud, including complex white collar/business crime.
  • The supply of drugs, particularly over international borders.
  • Immigration offending, including misconduct by public officials or lawyers.
  • Motoring fatalities, and driving offences.

Career

Called Middle Temple 2004.

Member

Fraud Lawyers Association; Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers;

Education

Queens’ College, Cambridge (BA Hons history); City University, London (postgraduate diploma in law); Inns of Court School of Law (Bar Vocational Course).


London Bar

Crime (general crime)

Within: Crime (general crime) – Leading juniors

Philip Stott - QEB Hollis WhitemanHe demonstrates advocacy skills that truly make juries sit up and listen.

Within: Crime (general crime)

QEB Hollis Whiteman both defends and prosecutes, and has strong relationships with leading private defence firms and the CPS. William Boyce QC and Philip McGhee prosecuted a former television producer who was convicted of attempting to pay an undercover policeman £150,000 to murder his partner. Meanwhile, Philip Stott prosecuted far-right serial internet troll Joshua Bonehill-Paine, who received the statutory maximum sentence of two years for racially aggravated harassment directed to Luciana Berger MP.

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