Eleanor Rowledge Costs Lawyer

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Contact Details

Eleanor is a Costs Lawyer based at the Blake Morgan Southampton office.

Main area of practice

Eleanor undertakes work for the Personal Injury, Clinical Negligence, Commercial Litigation and Court of Protection teams. She has experience working for both the paying and receiving party drafting high value budgets, bills, N260 statements and Points of Dispute and reply. 


Solicitor clients within LDR, Private Law and Commercial/Corporate departments.

Significant experience

  • High value budgets in excess of £2 million
  • High value bills
  • Tribunal costs statement in which the client was awarded the maximum costs award available in an ET.


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