Eva is a barrister at Three Raymond Buildings, specialising in crime and associated areas including extradition, licensing, and regulatory law.
She represents defendants across the full range of criminal offences, and has experience representing young people and dealing with young and vulnerable witnesses. She has acted as led junior counsel for the defence in complex fraud trials, and in a murder appeal against conviction. She also prosecutes on behalf of the CPS and a range of other agencies including Transport for London and the Security Industry Authority.
In extradition cases, Eva appears on behalf of requested persons both at first instance and on appeal in the High Court.
She acts for the Metropolitan Police Service in applications for civil preventative orders such as sexual harm prevention orders, sexual risk orders, and closure orders. Accordingly she is also well placed to advise and represent defendants facing such applications.
Evaâ??s other work includes legal professional privilege reviews for HMRC and the Metropolitan Police.
Before coming to the Bar, Eva gained an MPhil from the Cambridge Institute of Criminology. Her dissertation examined the principles of moral and criminal responsibility and their application to psychopaths.