Nick Hill practices primarily in the areas of financial services law (across the civil, criminal and regulatory spheres), health and safety law, employment and discrimination law and pensions law.
He has first-class degrees in Politics (BA Hons) and Law (LLB Hons). He was first in the order of merit as an undergraduate and at Bar School. Hill held the Princess Royal and Sir Stephen Chapman Scholarships from Inner Temple.
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