Maeve is an Associate in the Criminal Litigation team. She joined Kingsley Napley as a Trainee Solicitor in September 2016.

Maeve read law at King’s College London and obtained a distinction in her LPC from BPP Law School earlier this year.

Prior to joining Kingsley Napley, she worked in Brussels for the NGO Fair Trials International and has held paralegal roles in Leigh Day and Hodge, Jones and Allen Solicitors. She is a member of Amicus-ALJ and spent 7 months in Atlanta, Georgia as a legal intern assisting capital defence attorneys on death penalty cases.

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Tongue splitting, ear removal and branding - the limits of consent as a defence to extreme body modification (Part II)

Eastenders explores rape: Part 4 – what happens when someone is accused of rape?

Financial Crime: Analysis of firms' data – first report

EastEnders explores rape: Part 3 – witness interviews

EastEnders explores rape: Part 2 – reporting a rape

EastEnders explores rape: Part 1 - consent is more complicated than ‘yes’ or ‘no’

#PrideMatters Left on the cutting room floor: Where is LGBTQ representation in film?

Serious and organised crime threats to the UK: 2018 and beyond

Tongue splitting, ear removal and branding - the limits of consent as a defence to extreme body modification

Subject Access Requests under the GDPR: What employers need to know

IWD: ‘Male feminists’ – controversial, contradictory or comrades in the fight for gender equality?

Maternity Action report finds ‘unfair redundancies are forcing new mothers out of work’ – is it time for legislative change?

Vaginal mesh implants: Parliament set to debate the use of controversial vaginal mesh implants

Coping with brain injury: The impact of acquired brain injury on families and caregivers

Life in Limbo: The realities of being a Refugee in the UK

‘Gross failings’ by medical staff lead to another child fatality from sepsis – is enough being done to stop this happening again?

IWD: Taking on Trump: What was the point of the Women’s March?

Local authorities roll out new streamlined services for British citizenship and Permanent Residence applications

Eastenders explores rape: Part 5 - what happens when a complainant wants to "drop the case"?

Negotiating a new extradition process post-Brexit: lessons to be learned from the European Arrest Warrant experience

Sexting: “Outcome 21” - a solution or part of the problem?

Share scheme fraudster pleads guilty to perverting course of justice in proceeds of crime case brought by Financial Conduct Authority

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