Prior to joining Appleby, Theodora practiced at St. Philips Chambers in the UK where she developed a successful and reputable employment practice representing large UK companies in complex matters. She joins Appleby Bermuda’s Dispute Resolution team having just been ranked in The Legal 500 for her employment practice. Theodora, who also worked at Linklaters LLP in London, was called to the Bar of England and Wales in November 2014.

Theodora said: “I am so pleased to have joined the Dispute Resolution team as Head of Employment and Immigration. I see so much potential growth for employment as an area for the firm in this jurisdiction and I look forward to developing it to its full potential.”

John Wasty, Head of Appleby Bermuda’s Dispute Resolution practice, added: “I am thrilled to welcome Theodora to our expert team of litigators and advisors as the Head of our Employment and Immigration team. With her experience, coupled with a proven commitment and enthusiasm to servicing clients, and collaborating with colleagues, Theodora brings a dedicated focus to further expanding our thriving practice. Theodora will be a real asset to our existing and future clients.”

Appleby Bermuda’s Dispute Resolution team is one of the largest litigation practices in Bermuda. It is comprised of specialised litigators advising on a full range of legal issues for high-profile, high-value, sophisticated and complex disputes. The team is described as “professional, responsive and hard-working”, noting “their arguments and strategy are well thought out” (Chambers Global 2022) and having “an outstanding reputation for heavyweight litigation” (The Legal 500 2022).

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