Camilla is an associate within the Corporate department in the Isle of Man. She specialises in banking and finance law and the voluntary liquidation of private companies. She joined the firm in 2010 as a trainee, and after a two year period of articles and passing the Manx Bar Exams, was commissioned as an Isle of Man advocate in 2012.

She has experience in a broad range of banking-related matters including property finance matters as well as experience in assisting with the voluntary winding up of both solvent and insolvent Isle of Man incorporated companies.

Camilla has an interest in anti-bribery law and has written articles in relation to the impact of the Isle of Man Bribery Act 2013.




Recent cases include:

  • Assisting with advice in relation to, and the implementing of, the voluntary liquidation of a solvent Isle of Man incorporated company forming part of a structure of entities holding assets in excess of £12,000,000.
  • Assisting with the voluntary winding up of two connected Isle of Man incorporated companies which were insolvent following their default on repaying a facility advanced to them by an Irish lender.
  • Providing Isle of Man legal capacity opinions to various financial institutions advancing loans to Isle of Man companies to, inter alia, fund the purchase and development of high value United Kingdom based real estate.




College of Law, Chester (England)

University of Keele (England)