Eloise graduated from King’s College London in 2000 with First Class honours in her undergraduate degree in Law. This was followed by several years spent working as a political adviser/policy manager for a range of organisations from the Country Landowner’s Association to the London Chamber of Commerce and the British Retail Consortium. She then spent a couple of years at a Government Department, where her roles included working for a Minister. Eloise began her PhD research (part-time) at King’s in spring 2006 under the supervision of Professors Robert Blackburn and Keith Ewing.
Eloise’s research interests lie in the area of public and administrative law. Her doctoral research focuses on Select Committees – specifically the newly created Political and Constitutional Reform Committee.
She is also interested in the constitutional structure of government and constitutional reform.
Teaching & Employment Interests
Eloise is a lecturer in law at the University of East Anglia. She has previously taught at King’s and at Queen Mary, University of London.