Kerri is an Associate in the Business Crime department, with experience in advising individual and corporate clients on a wide range of criminal and regulatory matters.
Kerri originally joined the firm as a legal researcher to Special Counsel Monty Raphael QC, and assisted him and others with publications and conference preparation on a wide variety of fraud, corruption and bribery related topics.
As an associate in the Business Crime department, Kerri has worked on a variety of high-profile matters including INTERPOL Red Notices, and investigations brought by the Serious Fraud Office, the City of London Police, and other enforcement bodies in the UK, as well as cross-jurisdictional regulatory investigations led by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and the United States Department of Justice.
Prior to joining Peters & Peters, Kerri worked in the Criminal Law Reform Division of the Irish Department of Justice, where she assisted with draft legislation, including the Bills that would become the Criminal Justice (Forensic Evidence and DNA Database) Act 2014, the Criminal Justice (Spent Convictions and Certain Disclosures) Act 2016, and the Criminal Justice (Corruption Offences) Act 2018. She then moved to the Irish Law Reform Commission to become the lead researcher on its Report on Consolidation and Reform of Aspects of the Law of Evidence.
Kerri holds an undergraduate degree in Law from Trinity College Dublin, a master’s degree in Commercial Law from University College London and is admitted to the Bars of the States of New York (2010) and California (2014). She was admitted to the roll of solicitors in England and Wales in October 2018.
Kerri is a member of the Young Fraud Lawyers Association, the Female Fraud Forum and the Fraud Advisory Panel’s Future Fraud Professionals Network. In December 2020, she was elected to the Executive Committee of the London Irish Lawyers Association.