Ghosh Philip“Good advocacy and client service are intrinsically linked. Understanding a client’s objectives and perspective allows me to focus my litigation strategy to achieve a result that best protects their interests.”

Education

B.A. (Hons), History, Carleton University, 2008

J.D., Faculty of Law, Queen’s University, 2011

Comparative Law Certificate, Bader International Study Centre, Herstmonceux, UK, 2009

Called to the bar, 2012

Memberships

Law Society of Upper Canada

Advocates’ Society

Canadian Defence Lawyers

Experience

Philip’s practice focuses on insurance related litigation including the defence of a diverse range of tort claims. He has appeared before the Ontario Court of Justice, the Superior Court of Justice, the Divisional Court and several administrative tribunals.

While in law school, Philip placed highly in his class and was an active volunteer for the Queen’s Legal Aid Clinic. He then completed an internship with the United Nations in Cambodia assisting the judges of the pre-trial chamber of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal.

Prior to joining Jones Litigation Counsel, Philip practiced in the area of tort and accident benefits litigation in Toronto.