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Kathryn is a barrister in the Regulatory team. She is an experienced regulatory and criminal law advocate acting for regulatory bodies as well as prosecuting and defending in the criminal courts.
Kathryn was called to the Bar in 2014 and joined the Regulatory team in 2017 having enjoyed tenancy at Furnival Chambers. Whilst in Chambers, Kathryn was instructed as sole counsel in allegations of sexual assault, aggravated burglary, knifepoint robbery, GBH, fraud, drugs and money laundering.
In the field of regulatory discipline, Kathryn has extensive experience prosecuting health care practitioners on behalf of the Health and Care Professions Council ranging from serious sexual misconduct to lengthy competency cases. Kathryn has also acted on behalf of the Architects Registration Board before the Professional Conduct Committee.
Kathryn also has experience of cases concerning the mental health provisions and vulnerable defendants. She has conducted cases dealing with fitness to plead and has represented defendants as young as 12 in the Youth Courts for allegations attracting custodial sentences.
Kathryn's recent work includes the following:
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