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Kate's interest in regulation began when working as a Solicitor.  She specialised in regulatory and commercial law for clients in the regulated network industries, particularly the airports and telecoms, media and technology sectors.  She has worked in private practice and in-house, acting for incumbents and new entrants, regulators and the regulated, in the UK and overseas.  Building on that experience, Kate's research considers regulatory practices and their theoretical underpinnings more broadly.  She has a particular interest in the UK Government's Better Regulation initiatives and the legal and constitutional implications of regulatory theory and practices.

Kate is a Lecturer at Hertfordshire Law School where she teaches on the Constitutional Principles of the UK and EU and Life in the Law modules.  She has a PhD from the University of Cambridge and an LLM from King's College, London.


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