Nurse restored to the NMC Register

Kings View Chambers’ client was successfully restored to the NMC Register after being convicted of a serious dishonesty offence and having been removed from the register for nearly a decade.

Kings View Chambers’ client was successfully restored to the NMC Register after being convicted of a serious dishonesty offence and having been removed from the register for nearly a decade.

Speaking about the outcome of their case, the nurse said:

“I would like to use this opportunity to say a very big thank you to Catharine Stock from Kings View Chambers for the excellent legal service/representation. 

 

“From the first phone call till the end of my hearing the support I received was second to none. And I am very thankful. She wasn’t judgmental but gave me the best supports I needed throughout. She guided me in all possible way to help my case and thank God it was a success.”

NMC defence barrister, Catharine Stock from Kings View Chambers, said:

“This case demonstrates the value of tenacity, of contacting and working with us early in the process – before you even think of making an application and in actively forward planning.

 

“Whatever the reason and circumstances of your erasure by your regulator we can help.”

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