Philip is an Associate in the Commercial Litigation, Civil Fraud and Asset Tracing department.
- Young Fraud Lawyers Association (Committee Member)
- Young International Arbitration Group (YIAG)
- London Solicitors Litigation Association (LSLA)
- Anglo-Omani Society
Philip works on a range of English High Court litigation and other international disputes. This has included bringing civil fraud claims, seeking interim remedies, resolving partnership disputes and defending contractual debt claims. He has also been involved in international asset-tracing in the courts of the British Virgin Islands.
As a trainee in the Business Crime department Philip was involved in a major international corruption investigation and defending a range of enforcement actions. He also completed a secondment with a leading Employment practice. He has an ongoing interest in regulatory investigations (FCA and SRA) and the collateral litigation arising.
Prior to joining Peters & Peters, Philip worked in public affairs for a charity and was involved in lobbying members of parliament and the government on both domestic and foreign policy. He previously completed internships in a think tank in Washington DC and advocacy organisations in New York and Jerusalem.
Philip was awarded a First in his BA from King’s College London in History and War Studies, during which he was selected as the King’s Scholar to Georgetown University. He also holds an AM from Harvard University in Middle Eastern Studies. His graduate work focused on religion and politics in the Middle East. He completed the GDL and LPC at BPP University.
He was awarded the Bedingfield (Major) Scholarship by Gray’s Inn in 2016.
Philip is a committee member of the Young Fraud Lawyers Association.