Elizabeth Turner is a Senior Associate in the Langleys Dispute Resolution team based in the York office and specialises in commercial landlord and tenant and property disputes.
Elizabeth qualified as a solicitor in 2001, has an LLB in Law from Coventry University and studied at the College of Law, York.
Elizabeth also gained a Post Graduate Diploma in Higher Education in 2010, an LLM Master of Laws in 2018 and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Elizabeth has co-edited a number of legal texts including ‘A Practical Approach to Conveyancing’ Twentieth Edition Oxford University Press.
Before joining Langleys York office in 2017, Elizabeth worked at two large international law firms, specialising in real estate litigation and as a Senior Lecturer and Course Director at Leeds Law School. Elizabeth is also part of the Leeds Law School mentor scheme.
With a notably structured and commercial understanding, Elizabeth deals with all aspects of contentious property disputes, including lease renewals, dilapidations claims, claims involving restrictive covenants, unauthorised occupation of land and professional negligence claims against property professionals.
Elizabeth prides herself on the ‘proactive method’ she takes in finding effective and commercial solutions for her clients and is well regarded by her colleagues for her ‘calm and measured approach’.
Elizabeth is recommended for Property Litigation in the Legal 500.