Academic and professional qualifications

Solicitor advocate, England & Wales (1995)

Barrister, England & Wales (Lincoln's Inn, 2019)

Doctorate in law, University of Oxford (2011)


Masters in Legal Research, University of Oxford (2007)


Common Professional Examination and Law Society Final Examination (1991-1993)


BA/MA, University of Cambridge (1990/1997)


Accredited mediator


Rebecca Mooney (formerly Rebecca Money-Kyrle) is an experienced litigator and legal academic. 

Rebecca is an  independent legal consultant, and currently practices as a consultant solicitor.  Her case load ranges from international criminal law and universal jurisdiction cases, to high value complex multi-jurisdictional civil claims involving fraud,  state corruption and linked human rights abuses.

Career background

Commercial litigation and administrative law

Rebecca started her career at an international law firm as a commercial litigator.  Her case load included general commercial claims, professional negligence, civil fraud, and contract disputes. Concurrently she developed expertise in commercial public and administrative law, acting for and against public authorities and regulators, in a number of leading cases.


Rebecca is a founding trustee of a start up 'tech' charity,  which is developing a digital platform to connect asylum seekers with essential support and services.  


She is also a founding director and trustee of a new charity which aims to use legal mechanisms, public education, and advocacy, to end impunity for grave international crimes and systemic human rights abuses.

Through her role as the safeguarding governor for a specialist music school,  Rebecca has developed considerable knowledge of education law and child protection/safeguarding law, and familiarity with the workings of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.

In 2021, Rebecca was appointed as a director of the English Sinfonia.