Katherine is an Associate Solicitor in the Regulatory team. Prior to qualifying, Katherine was a litigation and public law paralegal in local government legal services and volunteered with advice centres and a human rights charity. Having trained at the firm, she also has experience of criminal litigation, clinical negligence, and immigration law.

Her regulatory practice is wide-ranging and includes advising public and regulatory bodies in governance and regulatory matters, defending professionals in a variety of sectors such as legal and financial services and healthcare. Katherine is also a member of the private prosecution team.

She is able to assist from the early stages of an investigation, through to the hearing (where applicable), as well as provide discrete advice on niche or unusual regulatory issues. Given the breadth of Katherine’s work, her clients range from corporates, public bodies, and regulators to individuals facing disciplinary action or seeking advice in relation to their practice.

Katherine also represents social benefit claimants at the Department for Work and Pensions tribunal as part of the pro bono committee at Kingsley Napley and is an active member of the firm’s Diversity and Inclusion group.

With a particular interest in electoral law, Katherine has written articles on electoral fraud and the impact of technology for the Criminal Law and Justice Weekly and for the Spring Newsletter of the Young Fraud Lawyers Association, of which she is also a member.

In addition, Katherine regularly blogs on private prosecutions, developments in legal services regulation, and public law topics.

Recent work includes:

  • advising a regulator in relation to its scheme of delegations;
  • acting for an interested party to secure his privacy in SDT proceedings;
  • assisting with a private prosecution brought against an individual for harassment;
  • defending an accountant investigated for undertaking public practice work;
  • advising a director in respect of his personal liability for health and safety breaches ; and
  • advising a dentist with regards to his reporting obligations to the GDC.


Professional societies and Memberships

  • Association of Regulatory & Disciplinary Lawyers
  • Young Public Law Lawyers Group
  • London Young Lawyers Group
  • Young Fraud Lawyers Association
  • Liberty


Insight from Katherine

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IWD: Transgender women in prison

Bereaved and belittled: an unmarried woman’s fight for bereavement damages

Case Update: Brain injured man awarded full damages from Trust whose delay in his emergency treatment materially contributed to his pre-existing injury

Private prosecutions for crimes against wildlife

DPP consent in private prosecutions

The quality of integrity - a review of the Court of Appeal’s decision in Wingate and Evans v SRA; SRA V Malins [2018] EWCA Civ 366 in the context of Legal Services Regulation

IWD: The Hollywood code of conduct - from the casting couch to the disciplinary panel

FAQs: Compensation for victims of crime

#LSA10 and the future of Legal Services: Artificial Intelligence, cyber-courts, global markets and block chain

Refugee Week: Status for the stateless - a brief history of the refugee

‘A very important time…in the security landscape of Europe’: director of Europol speaks to the Home Affairs Committee about the organisation’s future

Reform to police bail under the Policing and Crime Act 2017 - a Paper Tiger?

Violence Against Women and Girls (‘VAWG’) – Is the CPS Strategy Working?

Tackling overseas corruption: Committee recommendations for Department for International Development.

The UK, Europol…and the EU? Government announces intention to opt-in to new Europol framework creating closer ties with the EU

To bail or not to bail? – The question before Parliament as it considers new proposals under the Policing and Crime Bill

Referrals to the Nursing and Midwifery Council from members of the public increase by nearly 50%

Case update: Nurse succeeds on appeal after Court of Appeal (Scotland) find NMC panel failed to address registrant’s inadequate representation and wrongly accepted methodology put forward by NMC

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