Area of Expertise

Taxi Licensing Law

Contract & Commercial Law

Data Protection & Information Law


Solicitor (Non-Practising)

Bar Vocational Course (BVC)

LLM Public International Law

LLB (Hons)

Neil Morley | Managing Director

Neil is the founder of Travis Morley.

He is an accomplished legal professional who has developed his expertise over the last 20 years within roles at Erewash Borough Council, South Derbyshire District Council, Derbyshire County Council, Lawspeed Ltd, St Marys Chambers and the University of Sheffield.

He specialises in Taxi Licensing Law within which he is able to offer the unique perspective of both a lawyer and former licensing officer. Neil, as a former university lecturer, also consults on Contract & Commercial Law and, as a former local government legal adviser, Data Protection & Information Law.

He provides advice, assistance and non-litigious representative services to a wide-range of clients from private individuals to regional organisations and international companies. Just some of the local bodies he has worked with include Bedford Hackney Carriage Association, Buckinghamshire Contractors Association, South Cambridgeshire Executive Operators Group and St Albans & Harpenden Taxi Association. Whilst his past, and current, corporate clients also include Addison Lee (Carlyle Group), CMAC Group, Skyline Taxis (UK) LLP, Tristar Worldwide, One Transport (Gett UK), Intacab Ltd (Toomey Motor Group), Brunel (Europcar Group) and the BBC.

He is the official legal advisor to the Licensed Private Hire Car Association (LPHCA) and has advised the Private Hire Board (PHB), National Association of Wedding Car Professionals (NAWCP) and National Taxi Association (NTA). He has consulted on national law reforms, government briefs and well-reported High Court cases. Neil is regularly published and his opinions have featured in Private Hire News, Ground Transport News, Professional Driver Magazine, PHTM, TaxiPoint, Journal of Licensing and Law Society Gazette.

He holds an LLB (Hons), LLM (Public International Law), Level 2 Licensing Practitioner Certificate and is a member of the Institute of Licensing. Neil was Called to the Bar by Middle Temple in 2008 and admitted as a Solicitor of England & Wales in 2012.