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Hollie receives instructions for both claimants and defendants in various types of hearings, from short and straightforward interim applications to often paper-heavy or legally complex fast-track trials.

Hollie has a particular eye for identifying and analysing legal issues in a case and being able to express those issues in a way which is accessible to lay clients, solicitors, and the bench. She has received praise for her clear and thorough approach to both paperwork and court work.

Prior to joining Chambers, in 2017, Hollie graduated from the University of Nottingham with a 2:1 in Law, having attained a 1st in 5 of the 7 core modules.

The BPTC was completed at Nottingham Law School in September 2017, before which Hollie had already secured pupillage with Ropewalk Chambers to commence in October 2018.  She also received the Nottingham Law School Dean’s Professional Courses Scholarships for Academic Excellence whilst undertaking the BPTC.

In her spare time Hollie enjoys travelling, attending football matches, and looking after her dog.

Areas of Expertise
  • Personal Injury

    Hollie’s personal injury work is wide-ranging, covering areas such as employer’s liability, disease, professional or clinical negligence, Highways Act claims, Occupiers’ Liability Act claims, product liability and road traffic claims.

  • Counter Fraud

    Hollie has significant trial experience and is well-versed in the application of legal principles relating to fraudulent and fundamentally dishonest claims and is not afraid to ask the difficult questions.

  • Credit Hire

    Hollie has an excellent knowledge on the law-heavy topic of credit hire and will always identify and argue the relevant legal principles at trial, be it at a low-value small claims trial or a fast-track trial where hire charges can be significant.

  • Data Protection & Information

    Hollie receives regular instructions in data protection claims.  Despite her junior status, the quality of her work in this niche area has led to her being one of a handful of preferred counsel in Chambers for such cases.

    She is currently instructed for the Claimants in a group litigation involving large scale and well-publicised data breaches.

  • Property & Real Estate

    The property work undertaken by Hollie mainly consists of housing disrepair claims.  However, owing to optional study undertaken at university and experience with pupil supervisors whose practices featured much land and trusts work, she is confident in undertaking a variety of property/land work.

  • Sports

    Hollie has a particular interest in sports and hopes to expand her practice into sports law claims.

  • Qualifications

    • LLB, University of Nottingham
    • LLM BPTC, Nottingham Law School


20 Apr 2023

The appeal decision of Julian Knowles J in Après Lounge Limited v Wade [2023] EWHC 190 (KB) (judgment here) provides...

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26 Jul 2022

Both s. 13 of the Data Protection Act 1998 (“DPA 98”) and Art. 82 of the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”)...

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21 Jul 2021

In an attempt to modernise an oft-labelled ‘antiquated’ justice sytem, a view more compelling in light of the difficulties faced...

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08 Apr 2021

Findings of contributory negligence against passengers who fail to wear a seatbelt and those who voluntarily get into a car...

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22 Jan 2021

In The White Lion Hotel v James [2021] EWCA Civ 31 the Court of Appeal considered the ambit of the...

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1st Mar 2024 @ 00:00

https://youtu.be/bwyGZ1TA--c This webinar considers potential defendants for a claim arising out of a road traffic accident including: Contractual Insurers under...

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