Francis Taylor Building is delighted to announce that the Queen has accepted the recommendation of the Lord Chancellor that Jeremy Phillips be appointed Queen's Counsel.
Jeremy was called to the Bar in 2004, having previously led teams as an equity partner in two international law firms. At the Bar Jeremy represents a range of well-known companies, as well as government departments, local authorities, police forces and residents' groups in an unusual range of associated legal disciplines including licensing, planning/highways, regulation and mediation.
He is the Editor in Chief of 'Paterson's Licensing Acts', advisor to the Department of Culture Media and Sport in that capacity and a General Editor of Smith & Monkcom -The Law of Gambling (4th Edition) – the leading specialist textbooks on licensing and gambling law respectively. Jeremy was made a Fellow of the Institute of Licensing in 2017 in recognition of his wider contribution to the field of licensing.
He is qualified to accept instructions directly from the public under the Direct Public Access scheme.
Commenting, Andrew Tait QC Head of Chambers at FTB, said: "The appointment of Jeremy Phillips as Queen's Counsel is a fitting recognition of his exceptional skills and professionalism. This news is further testament to the strength and continuing development of our Chambers in the fields of licensing, regulation, planning/highways, mediation and as part of our overall public law practice."
Jeremy will be formally sworn in on 26 February 2018.
Please contact Paul Coveney, Senior Clerk, should you wish to discuss Jeremy’s availability for cases, on 020 7427 1847 or email email@example.com.