Jacqueline is a Senior Finance Lawyer  and has been in practice for over 25 years.

She has been involved with changes in law in practice, such as Brexit and IBOR transition, and has published articles in JIBFL and on the Sullivan blog on LIBOR reform. In 2021, she assisted with the joint ITFA/Sullivan Guide on LIBOR transition. Jacqueline has acted as in-house editor and contributed to "A Practitioner's Guide to Trade and Commodity Finance," second edition, published December 2021 by Sweet and Maxwell (part of Thomson Reuters), and which has been updated and expanded to cover all areas of trade and commodity finance, collaborating with the Sullivan Trade & Export Finance team. She runs training and knowledge in Sullivan's London office and often presents at the firm’s client webinars.

Jacqueline has experience in a variety of finance sectors including, structured finance, trade finance, syndicated lending, real estate finance, aviation finance and general banking. She also covers Brexit issues, legal training, legal opinions, precedent drafting, current awareness, legal analysis and  knowledge management. As well as writing a number of articles in JIBFL, Jacqueline is  a contributor to a text on contract law "Contents of Commercial Contracts: Terms Affecting Freedoms," published by Hart and edited by Paul S. Davies and Magda Raczynska.

In 2016 she was appointed to the Consulting Editorial Board of LexisPSL Banking & Finance and continues in this role. Jacqueline was also on the judging panel for the Lexis Nexis Awards 2019/2020 for the Knowledge/PSL award. 

She has a great interest in law reform  and has been involved with the Secured Transactions Law Reform Project and in commenting on the CLLS Secured Transactions Codes. Jacqueline is has also helped out on the Cape Town Convention Academic Project and developments on the Pretoria (MAC) protocol, publishing articles in Leasing Life. She has been an active member of the City Finance PSL network for many years in her role in the Knowledge sphere.

Jacqueline's passion is for Mary's Meals, in the fight against hunger and poverty by providing daily meals in schools and nurseries for some of the world's poorest children in 20 countries. She is a community ambassador and volunteer speaker. In May 2019, she was guest speaker at the Global Trade Review Awards Dinner for Mary's Meals. Today Mary's Meals is now feeding over 2 million children every school day bringing children back to education. She is delighted to nurture her links with GTR.

Bar & Court Admissions

  • Solicitor, Senior Courts of England and Wales

Education

  • University of Edinburgh, Diploma in Legal Practice, Law
  • University of Edinburgh, LLB, law, Honours
  • College of Law

Seminars & Presentations

Practices

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