Hélène le Nobel

Helene le Nobel

Hélène Le Nobel

Associate Researcher with The White Collar Crime Centre

Hélène Le Nobel is an Associate Researcher with The White Collar Crime Centre. Originally from the Netherlands, Hélène holds a Bachelor of Laws and a LLM in Public International Law from Leiden University. Hélène has over five years legal experience, with the large majority of this time spent working as a Legal Counsel for the Dutch Government (including, the Minister of Economic Affairs). Hélène recently completed the LLM in Criminal Justice at Queen Mary University, London where she graduated with Distinction and was awarded the Criminal Justice Law Prize for achieving the highest mark in Criminal Justice for the 2015-2016 academic year.

From April 2017, Hélène will intern with the Corruption and Economic Crime Branch of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Vienna, Austria where she will conduct legal research in the areas of drug control and crime prevention. Her focus will also be directed towards anti-corruption where she will provide implementation support to State parties to the UN Convention against Corruption. Whilst at The White Collar Crime Centre, Hélène’s research will focus on fraud, cybercrime, data protection breaches and criminal investigations.


BLL in The Times on account freezing

On 29 March 2019, Jonathan Fisher QC and Anita Clifford commented on a coordinated effort to freeze bank accounts in The Brie...

Bank account forfeiture success

Anita Clifford secured success in a recent bank account freezing and forfeiture case. The police dropped the freezing on the ...