Katy Fourie

Katy is a dual qualified lawyer specialising in Criminal Defence as well as DVLA licence appeals. She completed her articles (equivalent to a UK training contract) at Legal Aid South Africa and is admitted as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa. She then went on to pass the Solicitor Qualifying Examination in England and was admitted as a solicitor of the High Courts of England and Wales. She is Police Station accredited and is currently working towards her Duty Solicitor qualification.

Katy has experience working with youths and other vulnerable clients, especially those with learning disabilities and mental health complexities. She takes a holistic approach with clients and always goes above and beyond to get the best possible outcome.

Reviews

“Please accept a big thank you for your time and for the work you put in for today. With everything that was put in front of the Judge I genuinely could not have had a better outcome.”
Drink Drive

“I am very happy with the outcome – best possible scenario . Thanks for resolving what was a potential problem.”
Drink Drive

“I cannot thank you enough for this. You must have a magic touch.”
DVLA License Revocation

“At very short notice I instructed Andrew Storch solicitors. I was very impressed that Katy who was assigned to my case contacted me immediately. With her help I moved away from a very vulnerable position to the best possible outcome within 24hrs . Katy was very diligent and professional in the short time I dealt with her.”
Drink Drive

“I wanted to take a moment to express my sincere gratitude for your representation in court yesterday. Your expertise, dedication, and guidance throughout the proceedings truly made a significant difference in my case. Your preparation and thorough understanding of the legal intricacies involved were evident, and I could not have asked for a more capable and supportive solicitor by my side. Your calm and composed demeanour during the proceedings helped relief my anxiety, and I felt confident that I was in best hands.”
Failure to Provide