Eleanor is a skilled litigator with experience acting for a wide range of claimants and defendants across a broad variety of commercial disputes. She has particular experience of dealing with issues arising under UK and EU competition law.
Eleanor commenced her legal career at the OFT (now CMA) before joining Walker Morris as a trainee solicitor and then Clifford Chance’s litigation team. She developed expertise across a broad range of areas, including competition litigation, commercial dispute resolution, regulatory, and banking litigation. Drawing on her understanding gained whilst working for the OFT, she also is able to provide valuable insights to her clients.
Prior to Hausfeld, Eleanor was part of Mishcon de Reya’s litigation team and developed an expertise in group and collective opt-out actions on behalf of millions of consumers. She has experience working closely alongside litigation funders, economists and counsel to analyse the legal, economic and strategic issues related to claims. She was the lead associate for two major competition damages claims in the High Court, and Eleanor’s teams achieved significant results.
Eleanor has worked with a diverse client base including major retailers, big tech companies, modelling agencies, high-net worth individuals and clients in the transport industry.
PG Dip in EU Competition Law, Kings College London
GDL / Legal Practice Course, Nottingham Law School
BA (Hons) in History and Literary Studies, University of Manchester
Solicitor, England and Wales, 2012
Eleanor was a founding committee member of the Junior Competition Network, set up to bring junior practitioners from across the industry together to share knowledge and experience.