Harriet has developed a multi-disciplinary practice, with a particular focus on public inquiries, public law and professional discipline.

Harriet brings a further dimension to her legal expertise, having previously practised in criminal law. She benefits from having gained considerable advocacy experience appearing before the Magistrates’ and Youth Courts, Crown Court and Court of Appeal. Harriet’s experience in fraud and other financial matters means she is well-placed to act in cases alleging dishonesty. She has also appeared before the County Court and High Court in possession and relief from forfeiture matters.


President’s Award, University of Law


  • Crown Prosecution Service – Level 2
  • Attorney General Junior Junior Scheme


  • BPTC, University of Law
  • GDL, Kaplan Law School
  • Geography (BA), University College London