Kathryn is a solicitor in the Commercial department at Capsticks. Kathryn joined Capsticks from an international law firm where her experience spanned across a broad range of mental health and healthcare, commercial, regulatory and public law areas.
Kathryn advises NHS and private healthcare clients on commercial, contracting and procurement matters.
- Advising a CCG on grant, facilities management and access arrangements concerning accessible housing for vulnerable adults with mental health and learning disabilities. The arrangements involved multiple parties working in conjunction with one another including an NHS Foundation Trust, a housing association, and a care services provider.
- Advising NHS clients on the funding, management and co-commissioning arrangements for the provision of regional and national sexual assault services.
- Advising an NHS Foundation Trust on a joint Section 75 integrated delivery of mental health and social care services with a County Council.
- Supporting and advising on a major Inquests project for a specialist mental health and community health services NHS Foundation Trust.
- Advising a mental health provider on a matter concerning a Community Treatment Order and issues around national security and human rights.
Charities and Social Enterprise
- Advising a publicly-owned organisation assisting people with learning disabilities on their contractual arrangements concerning both their service users and suppliers.
- Assisting a Community Interest Company with a procurement exercise for various healthcare and community health services.
Healthcare Advisory and Regulatory
- Supporting and advising members of a medical union on a range of professional misconduct and disciplinary matters.
- Advising a healthcare client on CQC and OFSTED matters concerning the registration of children’s homes and regulated health activities.
- Representing an NHS commissioner in a FHSAU dispute resolution tribunal claim, involving substantial concerns around patient health and safety issues.
LLB (Hons) Law, University of Leicester
LPC, University of Law