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Posted by Phil Wilding on 18 March 2020

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Phil Wilding

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Phil is the managing partner of the business. Working closely with colleagues, Phil’s role is to guide the firms to achieve the objective of being the leading law firm in the region and an exceptional place to work.

Phil Wilding

Phil is the managing partner of the business. Working closely with colleagues, Phil’s role is to guide the firms to achieve the objective of being the leading law firm in the region and an exceptional place to work.

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