Sally’s litigation practice involves complex and high-value local and international commercial disputes with a focus on:

  • Commercial disputes;
  • Corporate/ shareholder disputes;
  • Banking and Finance litigation;
  • Insolvency and Restructuring;
  • Asset-tracing and Enforcement;
  • Employment & Labour Relations;
  • Judicial review


Sally has built a reputation as a proactive, commercially astute and trusted attorney. Each client’s objectives and attitudes towards risk remain at the forefront throughout Sally’s instruction, ensuring that clients receive support and advice while retaining control of the resolution process.


Sally trained with and qualified into a Legal 500 firm and Tier 1 litigation team in the United Kingdom. She was admitted as a solicitor of England and Wales in 2009.

Sally relocated to the Cayman Islands and was admitted as an Attorney at Law of the Cayman Islands in May 2017.


Since relocating to Grand Cayman in May 2017 Sally has managed a complex and challenging caseload of local and international clients all with varying litigation needs. These have included:

  • Advising on, and case managing, the tracing and recovery of assets across 5 jurisdictions including the Cayman Islands, the US and South America. Successful applications were made for a post-judgment worldwide freezing order and third-party disclosure orders, (reported decision);
  • judicial review resulting in an application to seal the court file and prevent publication of the proceedings on the Public Register (reported decision);
  • advising on, and case managing, complex minority shareholder/ derivative action in relation to systemic breach of fiduciary duty, associated application for leave to continue and leave to serve out of the jurisdiction;
  • acting for a proprietor in a complex property dispute the facts and documentation for which dated back to the 1960’s. Judgment successfully obtained at trial and the subsequent appeal defeated; and
  • advising on, and case managing, subpoenas for the disclosure of confidential information served on a global accountancy firm


  • College of Law, Birmingham, UK (LLB)
  • University of Cardiff (BA Hons)


  • England and Wales (2009)
  • Cayman Islands (2017)