Sarah-Jane Hurrion

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.  

Sarah-Jane Hurrion

Managing Director

Education:

  • MA Jurisprudence, University of Oxford, 1999

  • Inns of Court School of Law, London, Bar Vocational Course, 2000

Admissions:

  • England & Wales in 2001 (not currently practising) 

  • Cayman Islands in 2006 (not currently practising) 

  • Bermuda in 2011