Sophie Bolzonello

Associate (Foreign Qualified Lawyer)

Regulatory

Sophie is an Associate, Australian Qualified, in Kingsley Napley’s Regulatory department

Sophie specialises in advising regulated professionals on compliance, in investigations and in respect of enforcement action. She also advises regulators on policy, governance, prosecutions and litigation. 

She has extensive experience working for professional regulators and organisations concerning statutory compliance and advising on and prosecuting regulated professionals in the building and health sectors.  Sophie has also advised on complex statutory interpretation for health and building sectors, and drafted policies and procedures to implement statutory requirements for professional regulators and public and private organisations. 

Prior to moving to Kingsley Napley LLP, Sophie qualified in Melbourne, Australia in 2016 where she worked in public law, professional regulation and aged care and focused on various sectors including health, building and disability.

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The SRA Standards and Regulations – a year on

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A word of warning to Panel members on their questioning of Registrants

New ICAEW sanctions guidance on criminal convictions, cautions and Anti-Money Laundering

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