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Elliott Brookes | Solicitor


Practice Group: Dispute resolution


Phone: 01753 889995

Email: elliott.brookes@bpcollins.co.uk

Elliott joined B P Collins as a paralegal in October 2014, before starting his training contract with the firm in September 2015. He qualified in October 2017 into the dispute resolution team. A newly qualified solicitor with a growing expertise in a wide range of property litigation matters including boundary disputes, regulated mortgage contract disputes, possession proceedings and matters under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.

Elliott works closely with Scott Goldstein, advising and acting for commercial landlords, management companies and high net worth individuals.

Elliott assists with tactical decisions as well as providing general support, working on several  high value and time sensitive matters. Elliott is growing to be a talented young lawyer who is pragmatic and always strives to achieve the best outcome for his clients.  

Cinematic fan

Outside of work, Elliott is a keen tennis player, enjoys cinema and television (The Godfather and The Sopranos in particular) and has an interest in car racing.

Previous experience

After completion of the LPC, Elliott undertook a role at Nestlé in their in-house legal department as an intellectual property paralegal. 


Elliott graduated from the University of East Anglia with an Upper Second Class Honours Law Degree in 2013. Elliott completed the Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School, Cambridge, in 2013-14, gaining a Commendation.

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