Emily undertakes work in all areas of Chambers’ core practice, specialising in commercial litigation, shipping and aviation. She regularly appears as sole and junior counsel in both the High Court and County Courts.
"She is a real aviation specialist; her knowledge in this area is invaluable."(Legal 500, 2020)
"She is astute, composed and prepared."(Legal 500, 2020)
"Down-to-earth, prompt, and manages expectations well."(Legal 500, 2020)
Emily has been involved in a broad range of shipping disputes, both in court and in arbitration. She is regularly instructed in claims arising under charterparties and bills of lading, including those concerning off-hire, laytime and demurrage, unsafe ports, unseaworthiness and cargo claims. Emily’s recent work includes:
Emily has also experience of variety of shipbuilding disputes, as well as cases involving ship repair, and has:
Emily has experience of a broad range of commercial disputes. Her recent work includes:
Emily regularly acts in aviation, travel and holiday disputes, and has extensive experience of acting for airlines, airports and tour operators.
She is frequently instructed in claims under Regulation 261/2004, the Montreal Convention and the Package Travel Regulations, as well as commercial aviation disputes. Emily’s past work includes:
Emily has acted in a wide range of professional negligence claims, including in claims against marine surveyors, solicitors and commercial property agents. Emily’s work has included:
Emily is regularly instructed in cases concerning both domestic and international carriage of goods by road. Recent work includes:
M.A. (Law), Jesus College, Cambridge University.
BPTC, BPP Law School, Outstanding.
Inner Temple Award for Outstanding Achievement in the BPTC, 2011.