People | Simon Carroll

"Today’s result is entirely due to Simon’s efforts and systematic approach to the proceedings."

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Senior associate Simon Carroll is an experienced lawyer working as part of the B P Collins LLP dispute resolution team. He deals with a variety of general commercial, corporate and regulatory disputes, often with an international element.

Simon's principal practice areas are in regulatory disputes and domestic and international commercial litigation and arbitration, although he also deals with a variety of trust disputes and often advises on legal, tactical and jurisdictional aspects. He has gained significant experience dealing with complex litigation for a range of household client names.

Since qualification Simon has gained notable experience as an advocate in domestic courts and tribunals. After successfully arguing his first multi-day trial in front of a tribunal before qualification he has since appeared before a number of higher courts and tribunals on a range of matters. Simon has higher rights of audience and is regularly instructed by the firm and clients alike.

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World traveller

Before concluding his legal studies Simon worked as a ski instructor in Canada and spent time in Australia before returning to the UK. Consequently, Simon enjoys skiing, all sports and foreign languages.


On qualification with a city and regional firm in 2010, Simon joined a top FTSE listed multi-national FMCG company as in-house counsel where he advised on litigation, commercial, and regulatory matters. He joined B P Collins LLP in January 2012.


Simon read law at the University of Reading and completed his legal training at the Oxford Institute of Legal Practice.

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