Elisabeth practices in crime, both for the defence (publicly and privately funded) and for the prosecution (Crown Prosecution Service and Royal Mail). She is also often instructed in the civil offshoots of crime and in various regulatory arenas.
Having completed a secondment at the Nursing and Midwifery Council, she continues to be instructed by them regularly. She has written briefing documents on developments in financial regulation published on line by Stephen Platt and Associates. Her article on the implications beyond the civil arena of the judgement in Jones v Kaney was published in Medicine, Science and Law.
Throughout 2013 she was intermittently instructed as independent counsel for the purposes of LPP review by the Serious Fraud Office (proceeds of crime and criminal investigation departments). She also spent a significant portion of 2013 working in Nairobi and London on His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta’s defence team in preparation for his trial at the International Criminal Courts.