Hetty is a Partner at Hunters Solicitors and a qualified and experienced mediator, both in relation to commercial and family disputes. She has mediated complex and sensitive disputes of both a family and a commercial nature, including issues relating to art and cultural property matters.
Hetty’s clients include sovereign governments, academic institutions, individuals and small companies.
Hetty lectures for the Institute of Art & Law on alternative dispute resolution. She has spoken at International Legal Conferences and written various articles on issues relating to the law of cultural property and heritage. She is a member of the Treasure Valuation Committee which advises the Secretary of State on the fair market value of declared Treasure finds from England, Wales and Northern Ireland which museums wish to acquire. She was also a member of the Parliamentary Working Group on Human Remains which reported in 2003 on the status of human remains in publicly funded museums and galleries in the United Kingdom.
Hetty is an accredited CEDR mediator for commercial disputes and an accredited Resolution mediator for family disputes. She is a member of the Institute of Art and Law
Hetty is recommended as a leading lawyer in art advisory work and as a Power Woman in the CityWealth Leaders’ List 2014. She is also endorsed in the Art and Cultural section of the Legal 500 2013 and is listed as a leader in her field in the Art, Collectables and Auctions sections of both Chambers 2014 and Chambers Global 2014.