Kathryn JohnsonCall To The Bar: 1989
Kathryn was called to the bar in 1989, joining Lincoln House as a tenant in 2007. Prior to joining Lincoln
House, Kathryn practised from Winckley Square Chambers in Preston and has retained her Lancashire
connections by appearing regularly in Lancashire Crown Courts.
For the first 20 years of her career, Kathryn specialised specifically in both the defence and prosecution of the most serious criminal offences brought before the criminal courts. This is work that Kathryn still maintains for both privately paying clients and those with the benefit of legal aid.
In addition to Criminal work, Kathryn has spent the last 10 years developing her practise into the line of regulatory work, this work includes cases brought in the criminal courts and before specialist tribunals.
Kathryn undertakes the majority of her work as a junior alone but does have significant experience as a leading junior.
Kathryn is a Category 4 Prosecutor and is on the GMC list of advocates able to undertake FTP, IOT & HCE as well as several other hearing types dealt with in medical practitioner disciplinary proceedings.
Kathryn is known for her fearless advocacy and her determination to always get the best possible result for her clients. A large proportion of Kathryn’s work load is repeat instructions, this is testament of her approachability and excellent client relationship skills.
Operator Howard Snaith & Partners of Otterburn, Northumberland, has been found not guilty of conspiracy to falsify tachograph records.…Read more
Ahmed Nadim, Mark Stuart, Kathryn Johnson and Phil Holden secure a acquittals for four of the six men accused…Read more