Stephanie Roe was called to the Bar of England and Wales. She trained at top ranked, leading London criminal firms, Hickman and Rose and Bindmans LLP, before deciding to cross-qualify to become a solicitor. She then went on to practise at ABV Solicitors and Corker Binning, undertaking a combination of business and general crime. She is both a Duty Solicitor and High Court Advocate.
Stephanie’s core specialism is general crime, representing individuals from all backgrounds in relation to all types of criminal allegations, such as:
- Bribery and Corruption
- Misconduct in a public office (journalist trials in relation to phone hacking and paying public officials).
- Public justice such as perjury and perverting the course of justice
- Sex/ indecent images
- Tax evasion
- Fare Evasion
- Appealing fixed penalty notices
Stephanie represents individuals and companies in relation to investigations by the police, HM Revenue and Customs, Serious Fraud Office and Financial Conduct Authority. She was most recently instructed in cases involving market abuse, tax evasion, LIBOR setting and export controls.
Alongside her criminal work Stephanie has also represented individuals at hearings relating to matters of professional discipline such as education boards, General Medical Council, General Dental Council and Solicitors Regulation Authority.
Stephanie has conducted a number of private prosecutions for various bodies including Ofcom, Department of Innovation and Skills (BIS) and the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. She has also defended individuals accused by local authorities of licencing breaches from prosecutions brought by the environmental agency.
Stephanie was listed as a Rising Star by Superlawyers 2015 and 2016.
Stephanie was named Lawyer Monthly’s “Criminal Tax Lawyer of the Year” at the Women in Law Awards 2016.