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Eloise Marshall QC
A highly-skilled and polished advocate, Eloise stands out for her exceptional trial experience. She is regularly instructed to prosecute and defend serious criminal trials. She has particular skill and experience in cases of fraud, grave violence and sexual offences against adults and young children. An impressive advocate who is regularly instructed as a leading junior, Eloise has acted for and against the Crown in complex fraud cases. She is presently junior counsel for a defendant in the largest ever HMRC investigation to date.
Called 1994; Gray’s Inn.
South-Eastern Circuit, Criminal Bar Association; Sussex Bar Mess; Surrey and South London Bar Mess.
Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle, London; Tudor Hall School; St John’s College, Durham.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 2
23 Essex Street has a good presence in the South East with members being instructed in Essex, Kent, Surrey and Sussex Crown Courts in cases of a serious nature on both sides. Eloise Marshall QC defended a woman who was convicted of the murder of her husband, who she repeatedly struck a rolling pin, only calling for an ambulance more than 24 hours after his death. Alan Gardner prosecuted unled in the final trial connected to the “Operation Silk” grooming investigation in Oxford; the three defendants were convicted and received sentences totalling 49 years.
Eloise Marshall QC –23 Essex Street ‘She prepares a case thoroughly, resulting in a remarkable knowledge of her papers and the strengths and weaknesses in her case – meaning that she is not caught out when presenting it in court, in a conference or during negotiations with an interested party or her opposition. Brilliant at putting clients at their ease and provides succinct, quality advice.’