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Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers
187 Fleet Street
London EC4A 2AT
United Kingdom

Company Description: ARDL was delighted to have the Lord Chief Justice, Lord Woolf serve as President for the first 5 years of the organisation. ARDL is delighted to announce that its...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    South Eastern Circuit
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kate-cornell | kate-cornell | Kate ...
5essexcourt.co.uk, 4 Mar 2014 [cached]
kate-cornell | kate-cornell | Kate Cornell Kate Cornell | 5 Essex Court
5 Essex Court
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Kate Cornell
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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
With both criminal and civil experience, Kate has a comprehensive understanding of the challenges and issues facing police forces in today's litigious world, 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 has an extensive practice in police work, comprising all manner of civil claims including claims for wrongful arrest, assault, false imprisonment, malicious prosecution, discrimination and misfeasance in public office. She has dealt with cases involving deaths in custody and recently successfully applied for strike out of a case involving negligence, Article 2 and Article 8 claims arising from an alleged failure properly to protect a vulnerable young man who went missing. She deals regularly with human rights issues, in particular arising out of protest.
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.
Kate also has wide experience of proceeds of crime work, ASBOs (including multi-handed gang applications), SOPOs, Police Property Act claims and closure orders from both criminal and civil law perspectives, both in the first instance and on appeal.
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.
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Kate has worked on cases involving unfair dismissal, discrimination and equal pay in a general employment context and specifically in the police field.
Licensing
Kate has experience of a variety of licensing areas. She regularly appears in taxi licensing, firearms licensing and alcohol and gambling licensing cases in both the magistrates' and Crown courts and at licensing hearings before local councils.
Kate provides advice and representation at the first instance or on appeal, and has a particular expertise in firearms licensing.
Personal injury
Kate is happy to advise on liability and quantum in personal injury cases.
Discipline
Kate has a strong practice in police disciplinary cases and regularly appears as presenting officer and as legal adviser to the panel. She deals with cases from their earliest stages, from initial advice and drafting the Regulation 21 notice through to misconduct hearings and to the Police Appeals Tribunal..
Kate has been commended on her witness handling in misconduct proceedings and was recently 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.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-14400790
http://news.sky.com/home/uk-news/article/16043662
Kate was the presenting officer in the recent and widely reported case involving a Metropolitan Police officer dismissed without notice for seriously mishandling 999 calls.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/oct/25/999-calls-met-officer-sacked?INTCMP=SRCH
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-15445257
Kate also has experience of cases at the Solicitors' Disciplinary Tribunal, and is a member of the Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers
Kate Cornell acts as presenting officer in the case of five Matrix officers dismissed for gross misconduct for unprofessional behaviour during a search - 5 Essex Court
www.5essexcourt.com, 30 Jan 2013 [cached]
Kate Cornell acts as presenting officer in the case of five Matrix officers dismissed for gross misconduct for unprofessional behaviour during a search Kate Cornell acts as presenting officer in the case of five Matrix officers dismissed for gross misconduct for unprofessional behaviour during a search - 5 Essex Court 5 Essex Court Logo
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Kate Cornell, presenting officer on behalf of Merseyside Police, was commended by the panel on her presentation of the case. She practices all aspects of Police Law and has a wide experience of misconduct proceedings.
Our Team - Matrix Professional Beauty
www.matrixbeauty.co.uk, 5 June 2011 [cached]
Cathy Cornell ~ Proprietor/Therapist of Matrix Professional Beauty is a qualified Therapist with over 10 years experience in the Beauty Industry. Throughout her career, Cathy has kept up to date with new products and completed many courses to enable her to provide a wide range of treatments.  
Kate Cornell joins 5 Essex Court - 5 Essex Court
www.5essexcourt.com, 1 June 2010 [cached]
Kate Cornell joins 5 Essex Court Kate Cornell joins 5 Essex Court - 5 Essex Court 5 Essex Court Logo
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Kate joins chambers from Solicitors Berrymans where she worked for two years as employed Barrister in the Professional Indemnity department. Before joining Berrymans, Kate practised at Furnivial Chambers. Kate joins our Police Law, PI and Licensing teams.
Kate Cornell - 5 Essex Court
www.5essexcourt.com, 1 June 2010 [cached]
Kate | Kate Cornell
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Kate Cornell acts as presenting officer in the case of an officer dismissed for gross misconduct following his mishandling of 999 calls
Kate Cornell acts as presenting officer in the case of five Matrix officers dismissed for gross misconduct for unprofessional behaviour during a search
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
With both criminal and civil experience, Kate has a comprehensive understanding of the challenges and issues facing police forces in today's litigious world, 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 has an extensive practice in police work, comprising all manner of civil claims including claims for wrongful arrest, assault, false imprisonment, malicious prosecution, discrimination and misfeasance in public office. She has dealt with cases involving deaths in custody and recently successfully applied for strike out of a case involving negligence, Article 2 and Article 8 claims arising from an alleged failure properly to protect a vulnerable young man who went missing. She deals regularly with human rights issues, in particular arising out of protest.
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.
Kate also has wide experience of proceeds of crime work, ASBOs (including multi-handed gang applications), SOPOs, Police Property Act claims and closure orders from both criminal and civil law perspectives, both in the first instance and on appeal.
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 worked on cases involving unfair dismissal, discrimination and equal pay in a general employment context and specifically in the police field.
Licensing
Kate has experience of a variety of licensing areas. She regularly appears in taxi licensing, firearms licensing and alcohol and gambling licensing cases in both the magistrates' and Crown courts and at licensing hearings before local councils.
Kate provides advice and representation at the first instance or on appeal, and has a particular expertise in firearms licensing.
Personal injury
Kate is happy to advise on liability and quantum in personal injury cases.
Discipline
Kate has a strong practice in police disciplinary cases and regularly appears as presenting officer and as legal adviser to the panel. She deals with cases from their earliest stages, from initial advice and drafting the Regulation 21 notice through to misconduct hearings and to the Police Appeals Tribunal..
Kate has been commended on her witness handling in misconduct proceedings and was recently 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.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-14400790
http://news.sky.com/home/uk-news/article/16043662
Kate was the presenting officer in the recent and widely reported case involving a Metropolitan Police officer dismissed without notice for seriously mishandling 999 calls.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/oct/25/999-calls-met-officer-sacked?INTCMP=SRCH
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-15445257
Kate also has experience of cases at the Solicitors' Disciplinary Tribunal, and is a member of the Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers
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