Emily is an associate in the Dispute Resolution team and works on a broad range of disputes including general commercial disputes, multi-jurisdictional fraud cases and contentious trusts and probate matters.

Emily completed her training in September 2019 having gained experience in Regulatory law, Family law, Dispute Resolution and Corporate and Commercial. She initially joined Kingsley Napley in January 2016 working as a paralegal in the Dispute Resolution team before completing her training contract.

Emily studied Law at the University of Bristol, obtaining a First Class Degree, and subsequently completed her Legal Practice Course (LPC) at the University of Law, London Bloomsbury.

Emily is a member of the Young Fraud Lawyers Association and the Contentious Trusts Association (ConTrA). She is also a member of Kingsley Napley’s charity committee and has worked on a number of pro-bono initiatives including working at the Queen Mary’s Legal Advice Centre, supporting Z2K (Zacchaeus 2000 Trust) and assisting with Amicus projects.  

Insight from Emily

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Money, money, money: what are directors’ duties in respect of the company’s bank account?

Think twice: might the estate be insolvent?

Simply Alarming: when might an unfair prejudice petition fail?

Trust me: how a constructive trust saved millions

Contempt of court: the prospect of prison, even before proceedings are issued

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