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About Eloise Carey

Eloise is currently completing her final seat in the Personal Injury team, and is looking forward to working with Ken Brough with a particular focus on catastrophic injuries and fatalities.

Eloise began her training contract in September 2021, completing her first seat in the Crime Department, assisting Raj Chada and Mike Schwarz, where she drafted an application to dismiss a case of assault of a police officer. The prosecution did not oppose the application and the client was referred to the civil liberties team for a potential action against the police and malicious prosecution claim.

In the Medical Negligence team, Eloise assisted Dawn Treloar with claims for children and adults with catastrophic injuries across various fields of care. She particularly enjoyed the opportunity to interview and draft a witness statement for a client in a contentious and current area of medical practice which may require reform.

Most recently, Eloise assisted Susie Labinjoh in the Civil Liberties team on a variety of civil actions against the police and state authorities and human rights claims. She has built upon her experience in protest law and worked on group action cases arising out of unlawful arrests during protests. Eloise also prepared for an Inquest in the healthcare context, a complex and unsettled area.

Eloise has previous experience in Regulatory law, and in particular healthcare regulators, from her last firm.

Career & Personal Interests


  • Trainee Solicitor: Hodge Jones & Allen, September 2021 – present
  • Legal Assistant: Kingsley Napley, 2020 – 2021


  • Legal Practice Course, University of Law 2019 – 2020
  • Law LLB (First Class Hons), University of Durham, 2015 – 2018

Personal interests

Eloise will be running the Hackney half-marathon in May 2023 to raise money in support of INQUEST, a charity providing expertise on state-related deaths and their investigation to bereaved people, holding the state to account and changing policy and practice to prevent future deaths.

In December 2022 Eloise and colleagues jointly organised a charity event hosted by Hodge Jones & Allen celebrating talent from different cultures in aid of a women and girls’ home in Pakistan, raising over £4,000.

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