Lucy Conroy

Crime


Lucy regularly appears for both the Defence and Prosecution in all areas of Criminal Law.

She has acted as junior alone and led junior in cases concerning the supply of drugs, complex and high value fraud offences, serious violence and sexual offences.

Recognised for her thoroughness, compassion and approachability she is often instructed in cases of a sensitive nature and particularly enjoys working on matters that involve vulnerable defendants and youths, her friendly demeanour allows her to support these persons through the criminal justice system. This is reflected in many of her recent cases. In particular she has worked with a number of young clients charged with the supply of drugs and has run successful defences for these clients under the Modern Slavery Act.

Lucy also accepts instructions in prison law matters and has represented clients at parole board hearings and adjudications with a particular focus on the intricacies of MDT procedure.

Regulatory and Local Government


Lucy is regularly instructed on behalf of local authorities to advise and prosecute in cases concerning Trading Standards, Animal Welfare, Environmental Law, Food Safety, breaches fo planning enforcement and Education Act offences.

Recent cases have included prosecutions for breaches of trade mark, counterfeit goods, food safety breaches, fly tipping, disposal of controlled waste and concerning the movement of cattle under the Animal Health Act.

Lucy also deals with licensing matters and has advised and represented local authorities in Appeal proceedings concerning taxi and premises licensing.

In addition Lucy has worked for Police Forces in relation to Anti-Social Behaviour Orders & Injunctions, SHPO applications, closure orders and Proceeds of Crime applications.