Samuel Phillips Law is a full service law firm with offices in Newcastle and Sunderland providing high quality legal advice and services to private clients, businesses and the public sector.
The firm was founded in 1919, by Samuel Phillips, who came to Britain from Belarus with his parents in 1906 to seek a better life. He attended Leeds University to study English Literature and graduated with 1st Class honours in 1911, a remarkable achievement given English was his second language.
Samuel served in the Royal Army Medical Corps in the first World War, and was shot and wounded in 1915. At the end of the war, Samuel returned to England and set up his own legal practice in 1919. The law firm thrived, acquiring another practice in 1954. Samuel Phillips died in 1971 aged 81, but left a growing law firm with a strong reputation.
Today, Samuel Phillips Law has a reputation for service excellence and providing solutions which are bespoke to each client’s specific needs.
A century since the firm was founded, Samuel Phillips Law provides services across a range of specialisms including Family Law, Employment Law, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Agriculture, Residential Conveyancing, Commercial Property and Wills Probate & Trusts.
A cornerstone of Samuel Phillips Law’s success is its ability to recruit and retain some of the most able and talented lawyers in the region. Whether you are seeking services as an individual, a business or the public sector, at Samuel Phillips Law you know that your affairs will be handled in a pragmatic and professional approach from the very start.