Elizabeth Bowden (2001)

Barrister

Elizabeth offers her clients a pragmatic approach to law, a mindset appreciated by both corporate and individual clients. She specialises in civil litigation and undertakes both advisory and litigation work. Elizabeth’s pragmatic approach is well suited to mediation, where she works diligently to achieve a successful outcome. Elizabeth has experience appearing in a range of courts across the country, where her determination ensures that clients know they have an advocate who will go the extra mile. Before joining College Chambers, Elizabeth worked in the technology field dealing with software and licence issues, as well as corporate finance. Elizabeth currently enjoys a mixed common law practice where she puts her business experience to good use.

Qualifications

LLB (Hons) (1st Class)

Inns of Court Law School - Very Competent (2001)

Membership

The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple

Personal Info

Elizabeth loves being outside; every day involves a dog walk, every week involves running, power yoga and swimming, every year involves an endurance event or two. Anything from half iron distance triathlons, to marathons, or 10km swims.

What they say

"We were very impressed. Elizabeth was responsive and user-friendly, quickly getting to the heart of the case and her advocacy and cross-examination secured us a favourable outcome at Court." - A satisfied client


"Elizabeth represented me in a breach of contracts claim recently in which I was not only successful in my claim but awarded indemnity costs for the unreasonable conduct of the other party. Being an in house solicitor myself, I was very much impressed by her meticulousness in examining every single aspect of the matter as well as her patience and perseverance in continuously providing me with legal advice and assistance at various stages of the matter. She represented the case very admirably in court, and I would have no hesitation in recommending Elizabeth to anyone seeking a knowledgeable, intelligent, astute, patient, client-centred counsel." - A client