Stephanie is an experienced competition lawyer, having advised on a variety of competition law and compliance matters in both private practice and as in-house competition counsel. Since joining Towerhouse in 2018, Stephanie has expanded her practice into regulatory law, and has been involved in matters spanning the electronic communications, energy, water, aviation, post, and financial services sectors.
Stephanie previously worked as in-house competition counsel for a FTSE 100 energy company and a global financial services company. Prior to this, she trained and then qualified as a competition lawyer in London at a top US law firm, and during her time as a trainee gained competition law experience in both London and Brussels.
Stephanie has experience in responding to investigations and consultations by national regulatory authorities, assisting clients with regulatory and competition law complaints and policy matters, and has been involved in cases before the Competition Appeal Tribunal and High Court. Most recently, she was part of the team acting for Whistl, as interveners in support of Ofcom, in Royal Mail’s appeal to the CAT of Ofcom’s infringement decision that Royal Mail had abused its dominant position.
Stephanie graduated from the London School of Economics in 2010 with a Bachelor of Laws. The following year she completed her post graduate qualification at BPP London Holborn. In 2016, Stephanie also obtained a post graduate diploma in EU Competition Law from Kings College London. Stephanie qualified as a solicitor in August 2013.