Emma qualified as a solicitor in 2001 following qualification at the Bar in 1996.
has advocacy rights for all civil higher courts.
Emma is a confident and experienced litigator who joined Freemans in 2002 as Head of Litigation and became a Partner in 2003.
practice covers property and contract disputes and insolvency litigation.
has acted in commercial landlord and tenant disputes and undertakes all work from contested lease renewals, breach of covenant claims, adverse possession claims, complex possession disputes, leasehold valuation tribunal cases and all related residential landlord and tenant actions.
has also acted in many banking disputes against financial institutions.
This work ranges from contested possession actions to unfair credit bargain cases and to corporate insolvency.
also deals with commercial and consumer contract disputes and, where appropriate, will try and resolve matters via alternative dispute resolution such as arbitration and mediation.
The department focuses on dispute resolution in a commercial and economic way appropriate to circumstances and client needs.
department acts for individuals, corporations and small businesses alike, often against major institutions, such as large high street banks.
Recent reported cases include Yorkshire Bank plc v Tinsley  EWCA Civ 816, Castlegroom v Enoch & Others  EG 69.
Emma is a member of Solicitors Association for Higher Courts Advocates.