Samantha is a junior litigator with a practice focusing primarily on commercial litigation across a wide range of sectors.
Prior to joining Hausfeld, Samantha trained and practiced at Gowling WLG LLP, in their UK and UAE offices. She gained extensive experience in the commercial litigation and insurance departments, including the resolution of disputes through mediation and arbitration.
Furthermore, she possesses extensive knowledge of the corporate and technology sectors through her involvement in large share purchase transactions as well as on risk mitigation in IT software procurement contracts.
Samantha was seconded to the high-profile Undercover Policing Inquiry, where she was responsible for analysing highly confidential historic information.
Samantha has advised and represented a diverse range of clients across multiple jurisdictions in the High Court. Her client base includes property developers, software developers, individuals and clients in the public sector.
While at other firms, Samantha was part of the legal teams which advised or assisted:
Legal Practice Course, Law Business and Management MSC, University of Law
LLB Law with Canadian Law, University of Nottingham with a year spent studying Law at the University of British Columbia, Canada
Solicitor, England and Wales, 2018
Samantha regularly attends Law Society Pro Bono events and has a keen interest in teaching and mentoring:
Government Challenged To Revise Clean Air Strategy Following COVID-19
FCA Test Case on COVID-19 Insurance Claims – The Outcome
COVID-19 - FCA to Resolve Uncertainty Around Insurance Claims With Test Case
High Court Shows Contempt for Those Willing to Risk Abuse of Contempt
The Latest Court Challenge in a Steady Line of Leading Youth-Led Climate Cases
COVID-19 – Virtual Courts – Our First Hand Experience with the New Normal
COVID-19 – Impact on International Arbitration