Ranked as an “up and coming” barrister in Chambers and Partners 2013, Katherine has been described as “a growing presence in the public law sphere. Multiple sources have been "very impressed with her," citing her "great crossover knowledge" and describing her as "a remarkably intelligent and articulate lawyer." Katherine’s practice spans public law, employment, EU, disciplinary/ regulatory and commercial law, especially where there is overlap. Katherine is approachable and client friendly as well as straightforward and adaptable to work with.
Katherine has appeared in the Tribunals including the Employment Tribunal, County Court, High Court including the Administrative Court, Employment Appeal Tribunal, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. She has particular expertise in submissions and appellate advocacy.
Katherine works for a wide range of clients: from Government Departments and local authorities to Trade Unions; individuals to multinational companies and Receivers. A graduate of Harvard Law School’s LL.M programme and former stagiere at the Court of Justice of the European Union, Katherine is as unfazed by a case with cross border and international elements as she is with one from “round the corner.”
Katherine regularly speaks at conferences and seminars, writes articles for the legal press and has contributed to a number of the leading text books (see below). Katherine is often happy to provide tailor made training for firms or clients.
Katherine is on the Attorney General’s C Panel of Counsel and the Equality and Human Rights Commission Approved Panel.