Consistently ranked in Chambers Global since 2013 as one of the leading disputes resolution lawyers in Bermuda and with over 18 years experience in commercial litigation, Sarah-Jane has acted in some of the most complex and high value litigation matters in Bermuda over recent years including Mr Bidzina Ivanishvili et al v Credit Swiss Life (Bermuda) Limited; Hermes International Fund Limited and Lagoon Investment Limited v HSBC Institutional Trust Services (Bermuda) Limited; Thema Fund Limited and Thema Wise Investments Ltd v HSBC Institutional Trust Services (Bermuda) Limited; Kingate Global Fund Limited (in liquidation) et al v Kingate Management Limited et al; In Re Lehman Re for Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc; Re Sea Containers; Re Highland Crusader Fund; Butterfield Trust (Bermuda) Ltd v Rutli Stiftung et al; and in Re Sea Containers.
Sarah-Jane founded and is the Managing Director of Hurrion, a Bermuda boutique law firm, specialising in commercial litigation, insolvency and contentious restructuring, representing individuals, companies, investment funds, directors, creditors and liquidators.
Graduating in law from Oxford University in 1999, ranked #1 university in the world in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, Sarah-Jane is an English qualified Barrister admitted to practice law in England & Wales; the Cayman Islands and Bermuda. Her publications include Bermuda commercial law published in 2016 by Sweet & Maxwell; the PLC Handbook Guide to Restructuring and Insolvency in Bermuda and INSOL Case Note on Directors’ liability claims.
MA Jurisprudence, University of Oxford, 1999
Inns of Court School of Law, London, Bar Vocational Course, 2000
England & Wales in 2001 (not currently practising)
Cayman Islands in 2006 (not currently practising)
Bermuda in 2011