Solon Phillips, Esq., is an award-winning author whose work has been included in books, legal treatises, and law review articles. He writes, speaks, and teaches extensively on socio-religious issues and all matters dealing with the law, family, theology, and what he calls the law of faith.
Solon graduated from American University Washington College of Law as a Dean's Fellow, Marshall-Brennan Fellow, and a member of the Journal of Gender, Policy, and the Law.
He holds his Juris Doctorate and a Master's degree in Business Administration. Solon served as an intern for the Honorable Steven Platt at the Circuit Court of Prince George's County. Before becoming a partner with Remus Law, he worked for some of the largest law firms in Washington, DC, gathering eight years of experience with Skadden Arps and another nine years with Arnold & Porter.