Nicole Phillips > Family Law in Partnership Ltd > London, England > Lawyer Profile
Family Law in Partnership Ltd Offices
Melbourne House, 44-46 Aldwych
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Nicole is an associate at Family Law in Partnership. She combines a warm, sympathetic manner with tactical nous and incisive judgment.
Nicole handles all aspects of private family law, assisting and supporting clients who are navigating divorce or separation to resolve any financial or children issues that may arise.
Nicole’s cases have involved a wide range of issues, and regardless of the subject matter, one constant feature across all of Nicole’s cases is how much better clients feel for having her at their side, with one remarking: “Your advice and counsel has been nothing short of excellent.”
Nicole was shortlisted for the award Family Law Young Solicitor of the Year in the prestigious LexisNexis Family Law Awards 2018. She was also named as a Rising Star by The Legal 500 UK 2020 and recommended for family law with the editorial noting: “Nicole Phillips is a real rising star. Nicole is commercially savvy and completely at home with complex business cases. She reads accounts and can manage the most complicated figures with aplomb. Don’t be misled by her youth and charm: she knows what she is doing”.
Nicole has a strong interest in alternative dispute resolution and in working closely with other professionals such as family consultants and therapists to achieve a successful outcome for her clients. Her interest in holistic support is just one reason why she was elected to Resolution’s Innovation Committee (a national organisation of family lawyers with over 6,000 members), developing tools and business methods to benefit the whole membership and, by extension, the family law industry as a whole.
Career: Collyer Bristow LLP, Trainee and NQ Solicitor, Joined Family Law in Partnership in 2018.
Nicole studied law at the University of Cambridge where she was awarded both the AW Woolf Prize and The Vincent and Brigid Keown Memorial Prize. She went on to achieve a distinction in the LPC.