Campbells grows funds practice with two hires


Law firm Campbells has added two attorneys to the firm’s growing investment funds practice.

Susan Lock, formerly of Ogier, has joined Campbells as a partner; Jonathan Law was formerly a partner with Harneys.

John Wolf, head of Corporate said: “We are delighted to welcome Susan and Jonathan to our team. The recruitment of these high-calibre individuals demonstrates our commitment to providing legal advice of the highest quality, and our focus on client service. Susan and Jonathan bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise which further strengthens our practice and evidences our commitment to growth.”

Lock advises on the structuring and establishment of investment funds and their regulation and operation. She also advises on cross-border corporate finance and M&A transactions. Lock has considerable experience in the jurisdiction having been admitted as an attorney in the Cayman Islands in 2006.

Law has considerable experience advising a range of clients from fund managers to administrators and investors on all aspects of establishing, operating and participating in offshore fund structures; as well as extensive experience advising on trade and acquisition finance transactions. Law was admitted as an attorney in the Cayman Islands in 2004.

Alan Craig, partner at Campbells, added: “The firm is seeing an increase in instructions, and the appointment of these two individuals allows the firm to position itself securely for this growth whilst ensuring our high standards of service are maintained.”

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