"intellectually very able" and "genuinely committed to the client's interests" Chambers and Partners UK Bar Guide 2017
Harriet is a property specialist. Her practice encompasses commercial and residential landlord and tenant, and real property matters including development work.
Chambers and Partners UK Bar Guide 2017 notes Harriet's dedication to her clients, and her experience in taking on a diverse range of property matters.
Recent examples of those matters include forfeiture, possesssions generally, easements, adverse possession, service charges, rights to light and party walls. Her current work includes acting as junior counsel in a high value joint venture development dispute in the Chancery Division.
Harriet has appeared in the First-tier and Upper tribunals, the County and High Courts, and the Court of Appeal.
Outside Chambers, Harriet enjoys playing and listening to music, and improving her french. She is also keen on running and road cycling; particularly on the continent.