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Kate Cornell

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5 Essex Court

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5 Essex Court

Company Description

5 Essex Court is a long-established civil set of barristers recognised for its exemplary service to clients, depth and breadth of experience in its areas of specialism and its ability to deliver thorough yet practical advice. Our members are skilled advocate...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Employed Barrister

Berrymans Lace Mawer LLP


Affiliations

Association of Regulatory & Disciplinary Lawyers

Member


South Eastern Circuit

Member


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Kate Cornell
Call: 2003


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Kate Cornell successfully presents a police misconduct case against two officers sacked for exchanging racist text messages
Kate Cornell Kate Cornell Kate read history at St John's College, Cambridge. She converted to law at City University and then completed the BVC at ICSL. She was called by Lincoln's Inn in October 2003. After interning in Washington, DC for a non-profit organisation, Kate completed a criminal law pupillage and practised in criminal law until 2008 when she went in-house to work for Berrymans Lace Mawer solicitors. At BLM Kate worked on all aspects of professional negligence law, specialising in police law. In July 2010 Kate accepted tenancy at chambers. Police Law Kate has an extensive practice in police work and a broad experience of civil claims including claims for wrongful arrest, assault, false imprisonment, malicious prosecution, discrimination and misfeasance in public office. Kate regularly handles human rights claims, especially involving Articles 2 and 8 and those arising out of protest. She has particular expertise in the complex issues surrounding the use and protection of informants and has recently argued several cases addressing the developing area of law relating to the "core immunity" of witnesses from suit. Kate has a high success rate in striking out unmeritorious claims at the earliest possible stage, and of obtaining civil restraint orders against vexatious serial litigants. With both criminal and civil experience, Kate has a comprehensive understanding of the challenges and issues facing police forces today, and she has the benefit of having appeared in jury trials, the Court of Appeal and the High Court in both civil and criminal contexts. Kate regularly advises and lectures on police policy, topical policing issues and key areas of new and established law, including police powers relating to protest and trespassory assemblies; disclosure and data protection; and the taking, retention and use of photographs without arrest or charge. Kate frequently contributes to chambers police law publications. Kate has a comprehensive police disciplinary practice and regularly appears as presenting officer and as legal adviser to the panel. She handles cases from initial advice and drafting the Regulation 21 notice through to misconduct hearings, the Police Appeals Tribunal and Judicial Review. She regularly handles complex, lengthy and sensitive cases including cases of sexual misconduct and those attracting significant media interest. Kate has been commended on her witness handling in misconduct proceedings and was praised by the panel for her presentation of a high-profile case involving five Merseyside Matrix officers dismissed for gross misconduct following improper and unprofessional behaviour during a search. Kate frequently delivers training sessions and lectures on all aspects of police discipline including misconduct and unsatisfactory performance. Kate also has experience of cases at the Nursing and Midwifery Council, the Solicitors' Disciplinary Tribunal, and is a member of the Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers.


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Kate Cornell successfully presents a police misconduct case against two officers sacked for exchanging racist text messages Kate Cornell Kate Cornell Kate read history at St John's College, Cambridge. She converted to law at City University and then completed the BVC at ICSL. She was called by Lincoln's Inn in October 2003. After interning in Washington, DC for a non-profit organisation, Kate completed a criminal law pupillage and practised in criminal law until 2008 when she went in-house to work for Berrymans Lace Mawer solicitors. At BLM Kate worked on all aspects of professional negligence law, specialising in police law. In July 2010 Kate accepted tenancy at chambers. Police Law Kate has an extensive practice in police work and a broad experience of civil claims including claims for wrongful arrest, assault, false imprisonment, malicious prosecution, discrimination and misfeasance in public office. Kate regularly handles human rights claims, especially involving Articles 2 and 8 and those arising out of protest. She has particular expertise in the complex issues surrounding the use and protection of informants and has recently argued several cases addressing the developing area of law relating to the "core immunity" of witnesses from suit. Kate has a high success rate in striking out unmeritorious claims at the earliest possible stage, and of obtaining civil restraint orders against vexatious serial litigants. With both criminal and civil experience, Kate has a comprehensive understanding of the challenges and issues facing police forces today, and she has the benefit of having appeared in jury trials, the Court of Appeal and the High Court in both civil and criminal contexts. Kate regularly advises and lectures on police policy, topical policing issues and key areas of new and established law, including police powers relating to protest and trespassory assemblies; disclosure and data protection; and the taking, retention and use of photographs without arrest or charge. Kate frequently contributes to chambers police law publications. Kate has a comprehensive police disciplinary practice and regularly appears as presenting officer and as legal adviser to the panel. She handles cases from initial advice and drafting the Regulation 21 notice through to misconduct hearings, the Police Appeals Tribunal and Judicial Review. She regularly handles complex, lengthy and sensitive cases including cases of sexual misconduct and those attracting significant media interest. Kate has been commended on her witness handling in misconduct proceedings and was praised by the panel for her presentation of a high-profile case involving five Merseyside Matrix officers dismissed for gross misconduct following improper and unprofessional behaviour during a search. Kate frequently delivers training sessions and lectures on all aspects of police discipline including misconduct and unsatisfactory performance. Kate also has experience of cases at the Nursing and Midwifery Council, the Solicitors' Disciplinary Tribunal, and is a member of the Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers.


Kate Cornell successfully presents a police misconduct case against two officers sacked for exchanging racist text messages - 5 Essex Court

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Kate Cornell successfully presents a police misconduct case against two officers sacked for exchanging racist text messages
Kate Cornell successfully presents a police misconduct case against two officers sacked for exchanging racist text messages - 5 Essex Court 5 Essex Court 020 7410 2000 Kate Cornell successfully presents a police misconduct case against two officers sacked for exchanging racist text messages Kate Cornell acted on behalf of the Appropriate Authority.


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