Rebekah is instructed as a sole or led junior to prosecute and defend in all areas of crime including fraud, serious violence, armed robbery and sexual and drug offences. She also undertakes professional discipline work, and has experience of coroners' inquests.
Between 2005 and 2008 she was instructed as the Prosecution junior in Operation Gestalt, the complicated investigation undertaken by the Metropolitan Police into the conduct of HM Customs and Excise during the London City Bond trials and subsequent appeals and during the period of the Butterfield Review. She has also been instructed as prosecution second junior in the trial arising from the London bombing of 7th July 2005. She later appeared as junior on behalf of the Metropolitan Police in the coroner's inquest arising from the 7/7 London terrorist bombings. As a result, she is extremely comfortable in cases involving extensive documentary evidence, or involving a complex factual matrix.
Rebekah also has a busy professional discipline practice and was regularly instructed to appear for the General Social Care Council at fitness to practise hearings, and in appeal proceedings before the Care Standards Tribunal. She is also instructed to appear on behalf of registrants before the Conduct & Competence Committee of the Nursing & Midwifery Council, and before other regulators. She also has an interest in the regulation of legal, accountancy and law enforcement professionals.
Rebekah is experienced in coronial proceedings, with a recent case involving her representing the Metropolitan Police in an inquest involving a mentally unstable patient in the care of the State who escaped from a secure hospital and later killed himself.
Rebekah also has experience in extradition law.
She accepts instructions on a direct access basis for all areas of her practice.