Catherine Flatt is known for her ability to go straight to the ‘nub’ of the problem and for her practical approach in finding solutions.

She was called to the bar of England & Wales in 2002 after a former career as a city stockbroker, fund manager and prize-winning businesswoman.

She then cross-qualified as a solicitor at the renowned specialist firm White Dalton Motorcycle Solicitors before returning to the bar in 2006.

She is a keen amateur racing driver and holds a full International Racing Licence and Motorcycle Licence. She has competed in the Le Mans Classic three times in a 1953 Aston Martin DB2/4 and owns a classic 1958 Maserati Motorbike as well as a 1973 Ferrari Dino.

Catherine specialises in a range of fields covering:

  • Personal Injury
  • Motorbike Accidents
  • Road Traffic Law
  • Road Surface Claims
  • Family Law
  • Divorce involving complex property & company issues
  • Coronal Law
  • General Civil Litigation

Memberships / Positions

  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine
  • Trustee of the Road Victims Trust
  • Member of the Motor Sports Association Judicial Panel
  • Personal Injury Bar Association
  • Family Law Bar Association

Pro-Bono Work

Catherine Flatt is an active member of a pro-bono group She takes on domestic violence cases as well as acts for the families of the bereaved at Coroner’s Inquests.