Emilie advises on commercial cases often involving public international law issues, intellectual property rights, employment law and property disputes. Emilie has advised on various tax related matters including the law of domicile, inheritance tax and undisclosed offshore assets.
She is experienced in preparing complex cases for trial in the Chancery Division and elsewhere. She has also attended mediations and participated in other alternative dispute resolution fora. Emilie has advised international clients on commercial contracts and on their establishment in the UK insofar as employment and contractual matters are concerned.
Emilie is familiar with the Court of Protection and its procedures concerning vulnerable members of society. She has also acted in respect of a dispute before the Land Registration First-tier Tribunal.
Emilie has extensive experience of costs assessment proceedings and has attended hearings before costs judges.
Emilie joined Suttons Solicitors in September 2015. Following her Training Contract Emilie qualified as a solicitor in December 2017. Emilie read Law (LLB Hons) at Nottingham Law School and went on to complete her Legal Practice Course at the University of Law, Bloomsbury in 2015. Prior to joining Suttons Emilie worked part-time whilst studying for the LPC as a Legal Assistant for a franchise company where she oversaw company secretarial matters for numerous companies and dealt with contractual matters regarding franchise agreements.