Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh > Corker Binning > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Corker Binning
1 Ely Place


Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh acts for individuals under investigation by all UK enforcement authorities, with particular expertise in serious general crime and extradition. In her general criminal practice, Danielle acts for individuals throughout investigation and prosecution for the whole range of offences. She has significant experience in acting for youths and vulnerable individuals, and high-profile clients under investigation for sexual offences and domestic abuse (particularly controlling or coercive behaviour). Danielle has worked on behalf of individuals in proceedings for fraud, bribery and corruption offences, particularly those with international elements. She regularly defends individuals who are subject to extradition requests from both inside and outside the EU and has experience of applying for the removal of INTERPOL Red Notices on the basis of political persecution or breaches of human rights. Recent contested requests include those from the USA, Russia, UAE, Poland and Ecuador.


Trained at Corker Binning, qualifying in 2016. Partner – April 2022. Vice-Chair of the Defence Extradition Lawyers’ Forum. Committee member for the London Criminal Courts Solicitors’ Association (LCCSA) and Women in Criminal Law (WICL).


Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh is a member of the LCCSA, WICL, Defence Extradition Lawyers Forum, Young Fraud Lawyers Association and Human Rights Lawyers Association.


PgDip Legal Practice– College of Law (2013); LLM Criminal Law and Justice – University of Nottingham (2011); LLB (Hons) Law – Durham University (2010).

Lawyer Rankings

London > Crime, fraud and licensing > Crime: general

(Next Generation Partners)

Danielle Reece-GreenhalghCorker Binning

Corker Binning‘s ‘massively experienced’ team have a record of advising on both complex and novel cases, with experience which extends from murder, drug offences and child/elder abuse, to corporate manslaughter and coercive behaviour offences. The team has a niche specialisation in advising juveniles and vulnerable individuals, who benefit from the department’s ‘dedicated, knowledgeable and talented‘ approach. Team leader Edward Grange is a noted extradition specialist, with a strong reputation for acting on sensitive and high profile cases. Jessica Parker has expertise across financial crime and tax fraud cases, and has a well regarded police investigations practice. Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh, who was promoted to partner in April 2022, focuses on cases of domestic abuse, sexual offences and violent crimes. Hugely experienced practitioner Paul Morris, the former head of the serious and general crime practice at BCL Solicitors LLP, joined the firm in October 2022.