Eleanor regularly appears in the First-Tier Tribunal and Upper Tribunal in all types of personal immigration matters, with a particular focus on asylum and human rights. Her practice covers advice work, appeals and judicial review. She is experienced in cases involving vulnerable appellants, minors, and victims of modern slavery.
Eleanor is experienced in public law matters both in housing and immigration. She has successfully obtained injunctions in homelessness matters. She represented the Claimant in the case of R (on the application of XC) v Southwark LBC  EWHC 736 (Admin), a substantive judicial review challenge to Southwark’s social housing allocation policy on the basis of the Equality Act 2010.
Before coming to the Bar, Eleanor worked for the Legal Aid Practitioners Group, where she was responsible for running the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Legal Aid. She previously worked at the Law Commission as a Research Assistant in the Public Law and Family, Property and Trust Law Teams. She also volunteered at Battersea Law Centre as an evening receptionist for two years.