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Posted by Philip Harris on 18 May 2020

Philip Harris - Construction Solicitor
Philip Harris Partner & Solicitor-Advocate

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Philip Harris

Partner & Solicitor-Advocate

Philip has 30 years’ experience as a construction solicitor and advises on all aspects of construction law.

Philip Harris

Philip has 30 years’ experience as a construction solicitor and advises on all aspects of construction law.

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