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Gill Brown, Solicitor and Director, Phillips Solicitors

Gill Brown

Solicitor and Director at Phillips Solicitors

Basingstoke, United Kingdom

About Me

Gill is a highly experienced solicitor, a member of the Employment Lawyer's Association and the Head of our Employment Team at Phillips, which has recently received recognition in the prestigious Legal 500. Gill first studied law on a part-time basis at Harvard Law School whilst working at Harvard University. This was later put to good use in the Human Resources department at a division of MCA Universal in California. Gill then moved to Germany and ran her own business before returning to England, obtaining an LLB (Hons) and being admitted as a solicitor in 1996. During her interesting and varied career Gill is also proud to have brought up her two sons, both of whom ran in the 2011 Basingstoke half marathon as part of 'Team Phillips' entry of 50 runners. Gill specialises in advising companies on all aspects of employment law. She is experienced in negotiating compromise settlements on behalf of both companies and senior executives and is happy to advise employees on all aspects of their employment rights and obligations, whether contentious or non-contentious. Gill is also experienced in advising on business affairs and has expertise in commercial dispute resolution, whether through mediation or litigation. In what little spare time she has, Gill enjoys time with her family and walking her springer spaniel. She is a member of her village carnival committee which puts on a wonderful show every year and raises a great deal of money for local charities.

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Phillips Solicitors

Basingstoke Hampshire

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