Katie joined Levy & Co Solicitors LLP in April 2011 having worked in London for several years.
Katie studied at Anglia Ruskin University successfully completing a Business degree. Realising that she wanted to practice Law she went on to successfully complete a Law Degree and the Legal Practice Course.
Katie completed her training contract in London together with her police station accreditation before qualifying as a Criminal Defence Solicitor.
Katie has been a Duty Solicitor since early 2010 and regularly acts for clients in the police station, Youth Court and adult Magistrates Court.
Katie has been involved in many high profile cases such as Murder and Fraud; however, as an experienced advocate enjoys representing all areas of Criminal Law including football related offences and football banning orders.
A very experienced advocate in conducting trials in the Magistrates Court and Crown Court with a proven track record of Not Guilty verdicts, Katie has successfully defended in the trial of R v S  an Assault PC case where three officers gave their evidence against the defendant, however, Katie persuaded the magistrates to return a verdict of not guilty at the conclusion of the trial.
In the case of R v W  Katie successfully defended a client who was charged with harassment. The nature of the harassment was a series of telephone calls, where Katie cross examined on the point of voice recognition. The magistrates were persuaded to return a verdict of not guilty which they did.
Katie successfully completed the higher rights course in 2012 and is now a solicitor advocate conducting crown court trials.
In 2016 Katie was invited to become a Partner at Levy & Co due to her commitment to the firm and work ethic.
Katie continues to advocate in all areas of Criminal Law assisting those who require a defence lawyer including alongside the British Army both in the UK and Cyprus.