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Crime: Extradition - London (Firms)
"Katherine has a great eye for detail and is also incredibly approachable." "She is down to earth, hot on the law and easy to work with."
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Katherine is a recognised and well-respected extradition lawyer leading high-profile and complex extradition cases for the Kingsley Napley team, particularly those involving allegations of white-collar crime.
Katherine has substantial experience representing both individuals facing extradition and foreign governments seeking extradition, encompassing a wide range of jurisdictions, including many European countries, the Russian Federation, India, the USA, Malaysia and a number of Gulf States. Katherine provides advice on INTERPOL procedures and their relationship with extradition proceedings.
In addition Katherine advises and represents clients in a range of criminal litigation and internal investigation matters, particularly those with a human rights or international element, including bribery, modern slavery and corporate criminal liability for human rights harms or international crimes.
Katherine is co-chair of the Business and Human Rights Practitioners’ Network.
Partner, Kingsley Napley from 2020;
Barrister, Kingsley Napley from 2013;
Barrister in chambers at 9–12 Bell Yard from 2007 to 2013.
Defence Lawyers’ Extradition Forum (DELF); Bar Human Rights Committee; Business and Human Rights Practitioners’ Network.
Editor, DELF Newsletter; Co-author Westlaw Insight articles on Extradition; Co-author, UK Context for Business and Human Rights, Corporate Responsibility for Human Rights Impacts, ABA (2013); Co-author, Extradition, Blackstones’ Criminal Practice 2013.