The Care Quality Commission (‘CQC’) updates its guidance on meeting the duty of candour – but what’s new?
Kathryn was called to the Bar in 2014 and joined Kingsley Napley in 2017 having enjoyed tenancy at Furnival Chambers. Whilst at the independent Bar, Kathryn was instructed as sole counsel in allegations of sexual assault, knifepoint robbery, GBH, PWITS and money laundering.
In the field of regulatory discipline, Kathryn has extensive experience of prosecuting healthcare practitioners on behalf of the Health and Care Professions Council ranging from serious sexual misconduct to lengthy competency cases. Outside of healthcare, she regularly presents cases on behalf of the Architects Registration Board and has also acted for the Teaching Regulation Agency.
Having acted in both regulatory and criminal proceedings throughout her career, Kathryn has a particular flair for dealing with complex expert evidence, vulnerable witnesses and paper-heavy cases. She takes pride in her meticulous preparation and is known for her utter commitment in securing a just outcome.
Kathryn's recent work includes the following:
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