Eleanor specialises in private client tax and trust law. She acts for a range of wealthy UK and international private clients and trustees, advising them on the establishment and restructuring of trusts and the implementation of creative planning solutions for the devolution of wealth and the mitigation of tax.
Eleanor’s practice is a broad one, comprising work with an international dimension alongside other professional advisors in offshore jurisdictions as well as work advising UK landed estates on questions of estate strategy and the structuring of ownership.
Eleanor trained at a magic circle firm before joining the firm in October 2008. She was made an associate of the firm in early 2015 and appointed Partner in 2019.
Eleanor studied Modern History at University College, Oxford, graduating in 2003. She subsequently completed both the Graduate Diploma in Law (2004-5) and the Legal Practice Course (2005-6) at BPP Law School in London.