Emma Windle > Irwin Mitchell > Sheffield, England > Lawyer Profile

Irwin Mitchell
S3 8DT

Work Department

Regulatory and criminal investigations


Emma advises both individuals and companies in relation to a range of regulatory matters on contentious and non-contentious bases. Emma specialises in ‘white collar’ crime and regulatory work. Whilst she has experience of general crime matters, she has worked almost exclusively in the field of financial crime and regulatory law for the past 12 years.

Lawyer Rankings

Yorkshire and the Humber > Crime, fraud and licensing > Crime: general

Irwin Mitchell‘s regulatory and criminal investigations group focuses on defence work and has recently handled burglary cases, violent and sexual assault matters, historical sexual abuse, drug offences and road traffic incidents. Team head Paul Haycock divides his time between Sheffield and Manchester, while senior associate Emma Windle is a key name for white-collar crime.

London > Dispute resolution > Professional discipline

Irwin Mitchell ‘undertakes a large range of matters‘ and ‘the practice has an impressive depth of knowledge of the many regulatory frameworks in which professional disciplinary proceedings arise‘. It covers financial services, medical, healthcare, legal, accountancy, police and law enforcement, along with actuaries, osteopaths and education; its work also includes the criminal, regulatory, employment and public law aspects of investigations. Shah Qureshi heads up the employment and professional discipline team in London. Associate director Paul Haycock and Yogi Amin in Sheffield are also key contacts, while the senior associates to note are Emma Windle and Craig Weston. Team changes include the arrival of Shazia Khan and Emilie Cole from Bindmans LLP, and the departure of Sarah Wallace for Constantine Law Limited in 2019.