Details of practice
Eva joined Three Raymond Buildings following successful completion of her pupillage. She is developing a broad practice across chambers’ main areas of expertise.
Eva regularly appears in magistrates’ courts and the Crown Court, for both defence and prosecution.
She represents individuals in respect of a wide range of offences, including offences against the person, sexual offences, firearms and offensive weapons offences, drugs offences, and fraud. She has experience representing young defendants, and dealing with young and vulnerable witnesses.
When prosecuting, she represents the Crown Prosecution Service, local authorities, Transport for London, the Security Industry Authority, and the Probation Service.
Eva appears on behalf of requested persons in extradition cases.
Regulatory and licensing
Eva has acted for the defence on allegations of breaches of fire safety regulations in both magistrates’ and the Crown Court, as well as on charges of breaching street works regulations.
She has prosecuted, on behalf of the Security Industry Authority, offences of using unlicensed private security guards. She also appears on behalf of TfL in licensing appeals in the magistrates’ courts and the Central Criminal Court.
Civil preventative orders
Eva appears on behalf of the Metropolitan Police Service in applications for civil preventative orders such as Sexual Risk Orders and Criminal Behaviour Orders (formerly ASBOs).
Eva conducts reviews such as legal professional privilege reviews and disclosure reviews for HMRC and the Metropolitan Police Service.
Bar Professional Training Course, City Law School (Outstanding)
MPhil (Cantab) Peterhouse, Cambridge – Criminology (highest mark in year)
MA (Cantab) Peterhouse, Cambridge – Law
Buchanan Prize (Lincoln’s Inn, 2013)
Manuel López-Rey Prize (Cambridge Institute of Criminology, 2012)
Sexual History Evidence: Fair Game? Counsel Magazine, December 2016
Before starting pupillage, Eva worked at Norton Rose Fulbright as part of the team which successfully defended an individual on high profile charges of international bribery brought by the SFO. The prosecution offered no evidence in the 7th week of trial.
She was then sole paralegal to the Dispute Resolution Team of Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr, working on internal corruption investigations and financial crime cases, including the Libor and Forex probes.
During the BPTC, Eva was student advisor at the City University Pro Bono Advice Clinic, and a volunteer case worker for the London Innocence Project.