Kathryn Korol

1996 Middle Temple

Kathryn Korol is the product of a Polish (refugee) father and Anglo/Irish (Middletonian) mother. Born and raised in North Manchester she is the youngest of three children. Kathryn came to the Bar at a later stage in her career via Graphic Design and latterly, Child Protection for the Local Authority and NSPCC. She has extensive experience and knowledge of all areas of work involving children and families.

She has a wide ranging practice in all aspects of Public Law Care Proceedings in the County and High Court.

Kathryn is regularly briefed in serious and complex cases of physical, emotional and sexual abuse, fictitious illness, child deaths. She often deals with cases with international/jurisdictional elements, including forced marriage.

She has represented many young people involved in gang culture and related murder cases and is known for her ability to communicate with them and assist them through the Court process.

Kathryn also undertakes work in the Court of Protection.

Activities

Time spent with her Partner, family and friends; Reminiscing with Aunty Margaret;

Films/Cinema, preferably with sweets;

Time spent in Paris, Sunday Mass at Sacre Coeur followed by breakfast... boiled eggs and toasted soldiers at Cafe De Flore, Saint Germain des Pres,then a walk in the Tuileries Gardens;

Walking over St. Abbs Head, Berwickshire, and feeding the newborn spring lambs, or walking around Holy Island.

Interests
  • Classic Cars (never let her know you have a spare garage!)
  • House renovation
  • Painting and drawing.