Katya is a civil liberties paralegal at GT Stewart. She works on a variety of cases including actions against the police and other state authorities including civil actions for assault, false imprisonment and malicious prosecution, inquests into deaths in state custody and public law challenges.
After graduating from university in 2015, Katya worked for a year at the London headquarters of human rights charity Amnesty International before undertaking a Graduate Diploma in Law. Prior to joining GT Stewart she spent six months in the United States interning in a Federal Defender Office, where she worked on habeas appeals for death-sentenced prisoners.
Education and Qualifications
2018 – present Legal Practice Course (BPP University College)
2016 – 2017 Graduate Diploma in Law (Oxford Brookes University)
2011 – 2015 BA English Literature and French (University of Warwick)
Katya enjoys kickboxing and travelling. She joined the GT Stewart civil liberties team as a Paralegal in April 2018.