Eloise Marriott


Eloise Marriott accepts instructions in all areas within the Business and Property Group.

Eloise is often trusted with complex matters well beyond her year of call. Eloise has recently been involved in several high profile and complex matters. She is regularly led by more senior counsel and has experience in a range of levels of forums, including the High Court and Court of Appeal. Eloise was recently instructed as junior counsel in the Court of Appeal.

Eloise has experience in a full range of matters including trials and discrete applications. Eloise regularly advises on complex issues of both fact and law, as well as preparing statements of case.

In property matters, Eloise has significant experience in complex possession claims and landlord and tenant disputes. Eloise has also dealt with several matters concerning boundary disputes, restrictive covenants and easements. Eloise has a particular interest in claims pursuant to the Trust of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996. She recently successfully represented her client at trial in a matter that raised issues concerning the enforceability of a trust and equitable accounting.

Eloise also has experience in a wide range of commercial matters. Eloise’s recent cases include representing a large construction technology company at a trial concerning issues of contractual interpretation. Eloise has also recently concluded a matter concerning complex company registration issues. Eloise was involved throughout, providing advice, preparing statements of case and representing the client in the successful conclusion of the case at court.

Eloise often speaks at seminars and conferences on a range of issues within her areas of expertise.


  • Bar Professional Training Course, Outstanding, University of Law
  • LLB Law, First Class (Hons), University of Birmingham

Scholarships and Prizes

  • Best Overall BPTC Student, University of Law Birmingham
  • Queen Mother Scholarship for the most all-round impressive candidates, Middle Temple
  • Sir Henry Barber Law Prize for the top five highest overall degree classifications, University of Birmingham
  • Smalley-Baker Prize for the highest mark in Legal Theory (Jurisprudence), University of Birmingham
  • Winner of the Camm Cup for Mooting, University of Birmingham


Tackling a trio of defences to a possession claim (14 November 2022, Local Government Lawyer)


Eloise Marriott

Call 2020
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