About Rowberrys

Providing legal services for individuals and businesses in London and the South East for more than 40 years.

Rowberrys (formerly Rowberry Morris & Co) have been in Crowthorne since 1971, our depth of experience is acknowledged widely and extensively.

We are proud of our history and as a medium sized firm we endeavour to provide a personal and distinctive approach. Unlike some of the larger firms, we are a tight knit team and we deal personally with your matter throughout.

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About Rowberrys

Meet the team...

With the help of my team, I provide professional legal services to businesses of all sizes throughout the Thames Valley. These include Corporate Litigation, Leasehold Contracts, Shareholders Agreements and general legal advice.

Nilu has been qualified for over 25 years, having trained with a large firm in Ashford, Middlesex. She joined Rowberrys as a Partner in 1999, having previously worked in Maidenhead and Sunningdale. 

Kathryn has worked in excess of 20 years within private practice and has extensive experience dealing with freehold, leasehold transactions and advising on restrictive covenants, easements, rights of way, possessory titles, plot sales and new builds.

Rebecca Ellerbeck is a Senior Associate Solicitor in our Employment Team. 

Rebecca is highly experienced advising both individual employees and employers across all areas of employment law matters.

After studying Law at A Level, Charlotte then made the decision to pursue a legal career and completed her LLB law degree at Portsmouth University in 2013. From there she went on to work with two local firms before joining Rowberrys in 2015.

Meet the Team
Stirling Halliday LL.B
Nilu Bhatti LL.B
Kathryn Rhodes Soc.LC
Rebecca Ellerbeck
Charlotte Cole LL.B

Real time News from Rowberrys

Changes to the National Insurance due on Termination Payments
17 July 2020
Employer National Insurance Contributions (“NICs”) will be charged on Termination Payments in excess of £30,000 in relation to payments made on or after 6 April 2020.
Employment Contracts for all workers
17 July 2020
At present, employers are required to provide a written statement of terms and conditions to employees within two months of their employment starting.
Enhanced Redundancy Protections for New Parents
17 July 2020
The government has confirmed that it will extend legal protections against redundancy by six months for new parents returning to work.