Hollie has a wide-ranging practice that encompasses all of Chambers' main areas of work, with a particular focus on public, competition, employment and media law. She is appointed to the Attorney-General's Panel of Counsel (C Panel). Recent highlights of her practice include:

  • Acting for Liberty in a judicial review of protest legislation (Liberty v Secretary of State for the Home Department)
  • Acting for the members of Coldplay in an ongoing dispute with their former manager (David Holmes v Coldplay)
  • Acting for Apple in collective competition proceedings concerning the Apple 'App Store' (Dr Kent v Apple Inc, Dr Ennis v Apple Inc)
  • Acting for UBS in private and collective proceedings arising from alleged competition breaches in the FX market (Allianz v Barclays Bank and ors; O'Higgins/Evans v Barclays Bank and ors)
  • Acting for Jane Street Global Trading in a judicial review of the London Metal Exchange's decision to cancel trades in the wake of Russian's invasion of Ukraine (Elliott & ors v London Metal Exchange).
  • Acting for the Government in judicial review proceedings concerning the UK's climate change obligations under the Paris Agreement (Friends of the Earth v Secretary of State for International Trades and others)
  • Acting in mass equal pay litigation against Asda, Boots and Morrisons including an appeal to the Supreme Court (Asda Stores Ltd v Brierley; Abdar v Morrisons ; Adams v Boots)
  • Acting for the Welsh Government in two Supreme Court appeals concerning devolved powers in the context of Brexit and the Prime Minister's prorogation of Parliament (Re Scottish Continuity Bill and Miller No.2 v Prime Minister). 

She is ranked as an "up and coming" junior and "rising star" in the directories in administrative & public law, media & entertainment law and employment law. Recent comments include:

  • "An incredibly bright junior, who can always be relied on to deliver high quality advice."- Legal 500, 2024
  • "Her mind moves at the speed of light and she produces written work quickly and efficiently."- Chambers & Partners, 2024
  • "She has amazing attention to detail, supplemented by amazing analysis and a razor-sharp intellect."- Chambers UK, 2023
  • "Hollie is superbly smart, approaches work as if nothing is too much trouble, and her drafting is excellent."- Legal 500, 2023



Public & Regulatory

Hollie accepts instructions in all areas of public and regulatory work. Her works spans judicial reviews, regulatory appeals and tribunal challenges in the immigration and data protection fields. She is regularly instructed in complex appeals to the Court of Appeal or Supreme Court.

She is ranked in both Chambers & Partners (Up and Coming) and Legal 500 (Rising Star) for Administrative, Public Law and Human Rights.


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Hollie accepts instructions in all areas of EU law and competition disputes. She is currently acting for UBS, Apple and Three in collective proceedings in the Competition Appeal Tribunal.


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Hollie appears regularly before the Employment Tribunal and High Court, and is experienced in appellate work up to the Supreme Court. Her work spans equal pay; safeguarding; breach of confidentiality; historical sexual harassment and discrimination allegations in the workplace; 'sham contracts' and whistleblowing. She is also experienced in conducting internal investigations in the employment context. Her clients have included sporting clubs, local authorities, schools, international NGOs and multinational corporations.

She is ranked in both Chambers & Partners (Band 6) and Legal 500 (Rising Star) for Employment Law.


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Media & Entertainment

Hollie accepts instructions in all areas of media and entertainment. Her clients have included record companies, music publishers, artists and the BBC.

She is ranked in Chambers & Partners (Up and Coming) for Media and Entertainment Law.


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Hollie has a wide-ranging practice in sports law, covering employment and contractual disputes, data and IP exploitation and regulatory matters. Many of her instructions are confidential. She is the co-author of the chapter "Discrimination in Sport" in Sport: Law and Practice, 4th ed.


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Hollie accepts instructions in all areas of commercial litigation. She is currently acting for UBS in Commercial Court and Competition Appeal Tribunal proceedings arising from alleged manipulation of global FX markets.


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  • BA Jurisprudence, University of Oxford (First Class, 4th in year)
  • LLM, Harvard Law School (Honors in every course).
  • BCL, University of Oxford (Distinction).


  • Sport: Law and Practice, 4th ed. (co-author of the chapter "Discrimination in Sport")

Prizes and awards

  • Buchanan Scholarship (Lincoln's Inn, 2016)
  • Walter Wigglesworth Scholarship (Lincoln's Inn, 2016)
  • Lord Mansfield Scholarship (Lincoln's Inn, 2015)
  • City Law School Excellence Scholarship (City Law School, 2015)
  • BCL Prize for International and European Employment Law (University of Oxford, 2015)
  • Wadham Senior Scholarship for academic achievement (Wadham College Oxford, 2014)
  • Oxford-HEFCE Scholarship for postgraduate study (University of Oxford, 2014)
  • Dean's Scholar Prize for Laws of War (Harvard Law School, 2014)
  • Dean's Scholar Prize for Human Rights in the UN Treaty Bodies (Harvard Law School, 2014)
  • John E. Thayer Award (Harvard Law School, 2013)
  • Scholar of Worcester College, Oxford (2011-2013)
  • Hogan Lovells' Prize for Exceptional Academic Performance in Second Year Legal Studies (Worcester College Oxford, 2012)
  • Slaughter and May Prize for Roman Law (University of Oxford, 2011).

Pro Bono Legal Work

Hollie is committed to pro bono work and regularly accepts instructions via Advocate or other NGOs.

Before coming to the bar, Hollie was a Lecturer in Roman Law at Worcester College, Oxford.


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