Rebecca specialises in property and landlord and tenant (commercial and residential) and agricultural law.
She has been ranked as a leading junior by Chambers UK since 2005 and, by Legal 500, in property litigation. Her most recent recommendation in Chambers UK 2016 describes her as “An intelligent and persuasive advocate…She has an immense knowledge and expertise. She’s thorough and will fight for you in court.”
Rebecca appeared as junior in the landmark Supreme Court case, McDonald v McDonald  UKSC 28, and represented the local authority in Hemmise v LB Tower Hamlets  UKUT 109 (LC) concerning issue estoppel in the Tribunal. Rebecca also acted for the appellant in the successful appeal, Rosslyn Mansions Tenants’ Association v Winstonworth Limited  UKUT 0011 (LC), which overturned the notion that a certificate of recognition should only be granted to a tenants’ association where at least 60% of tenants were members.
Rebecca is one of the authors of Service Charges and Management: Law and Practice 3rd Edn (Sweet & Maxwell).
Rebecca has a varied client base ranging from private landowners and developers to public sector bodies.
Rebecca is a member of the Agricultural Law Association and Property Bar Association.