Gabrielle is a barrister who specialises in criminal law and regularly represents clients before the Youth, Magistrates and Crown Court. With a busy criminal practice, Gabrielle is experienced in defending a broad range of criminal offences including allegations of serious violence, sexual offences, and dishonesty.
Alongside court work, she has been instructed as disclosure counsel for the Serious Fraud Office, Financial Conduct Authority, and the Infected Blood Inquiry.
In addition to her Criminal Practice, Gabrielle accepts instructions in Public & Regulatory law.
Gabrielle has a particular interest in Bribery and Corruption law.
Gabrielle completed pupillage at Lamb Building under the Supervision of Bernard Richmond QC, Daniel Darnbrough and Joy Dykers.
Gabrielle speaks English and French.
Ministry of Higher and University Education, Democratic Republic of Congo
2018 Masters of Laws (Equivalent to Law LLB and Bar professional Training Course in the UK)
University of the West of England, Bristol
2014-2016 Bar Professional Training Course (Very Competent)
2011-2014 International & European Law LLB (Second Class Upper Division)
Alternative Dispute Resolution Group
2015 Accredited Civil and Commercial Mediator
Turning the tide against corruption in The Congo, The Middle Templar Magazine 2020
R v CJ – Stratford Magistrates Court 
Defendant allegedly assaulted their partner at home causing bruising. Defendant acquitted.
R v MH- Snaresbrook Crown Court 
Defendant charged with multiple counts of sending indecent or grossly offensive articles with intent to cause distress or anxiety.
R v RR- Wood Green Crown Court 
Defendant charged with exposure. Hung jury on the first trial. Crown pursued a re-trial but accepted a guilty plea to a lesser offence.
R v JP- Central Criminal Court 
Defendant had allegedly made off from police and dropped a knife from his pocket. Defendant was acquitted.
R v AS – Wimbledon Magistrates Court 
Defendant had allegedly driven dangerously and knocked over a cyclist. Defendant was acquitted.
R v A Youth – Highbury Youth Court 
Defendant charged with possession with intent to supply Class A drugs. Defendant accepted possession but denied intent to supply. Defendant acquitted of intent to supply.