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Maeve has represented clients on a wide range of general crime matters including road traffic, public order, allegations of serious violence and both historical and current sexual offences. She is instructed on cases ranging from the initial stages of criminal investigations through to trials, including working on a number of Crown Court matters since qualification.
Maeve has a particular interest in the international dimension of criminal cases and advises individuals in respect of extradition requests and challenging INTERPOL red notices.
Prior to joining Kingsley Napley, Maeve 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.
Maeve read law at King’s College London and obtained a distinction in the LPC from BPP Law School in 2016.
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