Profile

Practice Areas:
• Chancery and Commercial Litigation
• Property (Residential and Commercial)
• Probate, Trusts and Wills
• Housing, Homelessness, Human Rights, Discrimination
• Public Law
• Direct Access Qualified

Graduated with a First in Law from Queen Mary, University of London and completed an LLM in the USA on scholarship. She is developing a commercial and property based practice with particular emphasis on Property, Insolvency & Commercial Litigation. She enjoys a thriving practice and has been praised for her tenacity, determination and sound, thorough legal knowledge by clients, judges and opponents. She is committed to providing punctual and practical advice. She pays attention to detail in complex factual & legal matters. Rachel has been described by clients as courteous, personable and approachable. Solicitors particularly appreciate Rachel’s calm and pragmatic approach which she has gained from experience in a range of different forums including the FTT, High Court and County Court , combined with commercial and financial experience gained before coming to the bar. Rachel represents businesses, private landlords, charities, local authorities and tenants. She has appeared in the High Court in the Business and Property Courts, Companies Court, Queens Bench Division, Chancery Division and Administrative Division. She has built a strong experience in the County Court to multi track level representing individuals, public bodies and companies She also has experience in representing high net worth individuals, companies and organisations in contractual and commercial disputes and is increasingly instructed on Company and Partnership matters Given her experience before coming to the Bar, she accepts instructions in Costs, as well as Financial Mis Selling Claims. She also has experience in the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) and First-tier Tribunal (Land Registration) cases including service charges, enfranchisement, boundary disputes, easements, breaches of covenant, adverse possession and the Housing Act 2004. She also accepts instructions in a developing area of interest, Equine Law.

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