Jacqueline Drury joins Phillips Law as Partner in the corporate team
Jacqueline Drury joins Phillips Law as Partner in the corporate team

10 May 2023

Phillips Law is delighted to announce that Jacqueline Drury has joined the firm as a Partner in the corporate team.

Jacqueline started her legal career at Freshfields and more recently broadened her experience as General Counsel and executive at an independent international spirits business.

Jacqueline knows what businesses want from legal advice and she likes to use her legal toolkit as an enabler and to help mitigate excessive risk.

She is also an ex-teacher, i.e., a master communicator/negotiator!

On her new role, Jacqueline said: “I’m delighted to be joining Phillips at this exciting time of growth for the firm, and I look forward to helping develop the commercial practice.”

Jack Gardener, joint managing partner at Phillips Law and head of corporate said: “We are thrilled that Jacqueline has joined the team. Her experience from Freshfields to in-house lawyer and business owner means she has can give our clients well rounded commercial and legal advice. Her recruitment further strengthens the quality of lawyers at Phillips Law.”

This news follows the announcement last month of the appointment of three new partners at Phillips Law, as the firm continues to grow in 2023.

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