Eloise Churchill

Pupil (Call Date: 2019)
Eloise Churchill

Eloise (now a second-six pupil) is accepting instructions in civil, family and criminal law across East Anglia from 1st April 2020.
Before and during her first-six, Eloise gained experience in the following areas :

Family law

  • financial remedy matters
  • domestic abuse
  • public and private children proceedings
  • drafting applications in family proceedings.

Civil law

  • contract
  • negligence
  • costs
  • employment
  • trusts
  • boundary disputes
  • ToLATA claims
  • housing

Eloise is happy to provide advice on quantum and her opinion on the prospects of success


  • Magistrates’ and Crown Court proceedings : Eloise is happy to accept instructions for the prosecution or defence
  • Drafting and consolidating witness statements for victims of domestic violence

Due to an interest in recent changes in domestic abuse legislation Eloise’s Master’s dissertation was titled Despite an increased awareness of coercive control, the law is still failing to adequately protect victims of domestic abuse.

Prior Experience

Before coming to the Bar Eloise worked as a compliance assistant for a large real estate investment fund in London, which dealt with all property classes across Europe.  She also undertook a three-month internship in the HR and legal department at an NHS Trust, to understand the complexities surrounding medical negligence and the everyday legal framework necessary for successfully running a hospital. In addition, Eloise worked with the charity Debatemate, teaching weekly debating classes to underprivileged children across London.

Qualifications / Education

LLB – 2:1 – Newcastle University, July 2018
LLM – Distinction – BPP University, October 2019


Middle Temple

Blackstone Scholarship – Major Award – Middle Temple

Areas of Specialism