Eleanor (Call 1990, Silk 2011) is a criminal barrister at 6, Pump Court. She has considerable experience in homicide cases and her practice includes the prosecution and defence of serious sexual violence and child abuse cases. She is a door tenant at Exchange Chambers in Leeds. Eleanor has lectured on behalf of the South Eastern Circuit and the CBA on cases involving vulnerable witnesses. She is co-author of the Sexual Offences Referencer, the second edition of which is to be published shortly.
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