Emma Duncan

Emma Duncan

Senior Costs Draftsperson & Business Development Manager



About Emma

Emma has over 15 years’ experience working within the legal costs industry, dealing with cases from both a Claimant and Defendant perspective. Emma’s extensive experience as one of Corclaim’s Senior Costs Draftspeople and Business Development Managers means she is well versed in the following areas:

  • Costs drafting and management
  • Legal costs services
  • Client relationship management
  • Identifying business opportunities
  • Strategic business development and commercial growth

Further experience and specialisms

Emma is highly skilled in all aspects of the costs process, from the inception all the way through to the conclusion stage. This includes, and is not limited to, Bill of Costs, Precedent H preparation, negotiations and advocacy.
Emma’s specialisms include:

  • Personal injury
  • Industrial disease
  • Clinical negligence
  • Immigration law
  • Commercial litigation
  • Court of Protection
  • Judicial Review cases

Emma also has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting and Law.

Emma’s clientele

Emma has worked with a number of solicitors, specialists and lawyers in the following fields: clinical negligence; commercial litigation; personal injury; and immigration. She has also dealt with cases for court-appointed deputies. Two of the most notable cases that have influenced Emma’s work are listed below:

  • Chapman v Norfolk and Norwich UH NHS FT [2020]
  • West -v- Stockport NHS Foundation Trust [2019] EWCA Civ 1220

Outside the courtroom

“I volunteer at my local Church and am involved in working with young adults preparing for the sacrament of Confirmation. I am also a member of the choir and visit elderly and vulnerable members of the parish.
Baking is a hobby that I am passionate about and partake in at any given opportunity”.

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