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Baker & Partners LLP




Lynne is an English qualified Solicitor, Jersey Advocate and Partner at Baker & Partners.

Lynne trained at Allen & Overy, before qualifying into its litigation department where she carried out a broad range of commercial litigation, arbitration and public inquiry work.   Lynne subsequently worked at several of London’s top firms including Baker & McKenzie and Charles Russell Speechlys, practising the full spectrum of commercial and civil dispute resolution.

In 2013 Lynne subsequently became in-house lawyer at Centamin Plc, a FTSE 250 mining company based in Jersey.  In this role, Lynne carried out a wide range of international regulatory, compliance, advisory and commercial work in addition to litigation spanning multiple jurisdictions including the UK, Africa and Canada.

Lynne’s work covers a broad range of civil and commercial disputes with emphasis on complex, multi-jurisdictional cases, tracing of assets and fraud claims.  She has extensive experience gained over 25 years of practise covering a wide range of disciplines and environments.


Lynne studied at University College London, graduating with first class honours before completing her legal studies at the College of Law in London.

Lawyer Rankings

Jersey > Dispute resolution > Regulatory and white-collar crime

Baker & Partners LLP is often instructed to investigate and prosecute cross-border cases concerning fraud and mis-selling of investments, in addition to being tasked with co-ordinating international enforcement orders and asset recovery efforts. The practice is also sought out by financial services companies for advice on regulatory risks, including AML procedures, and regularly represents clients under investigation by regulators. Simon Thomas is an external crown advocate, frequently acting on white-collar crime instructions from the attorney general. William Redgrave is also a crown advocate, prosecuting companies whose AML procedures fall below required standards, as well as assisting clients with their internal AML procedures, including in relation to digital currencies. Stephen Baker specialises in anti-corruption measures and international asset tracing, while Lynne Gregory has extensive experience in fraud claims and insolvency matters.

Jersey > Dispute resolution > Dispute resolution

(Next Generation Partners)

Lynne GregoryBaker & Partners LLP

Litigation boutique Baker & Partners LLP is praised for bringing a ‘creative, practical, and highly experienced’ approach to complex disputes, with international asset recovery, commercial litigation, insolvency and trust disputes forming the key pillars of the practice. Senior partner Stephen Baker specialises in trust, civil fraud and asset tracing matters, with extensive experience assisting states with the recovery of assets lost through corruption. Simon Thomas frequently acts for the attorney general in criminal matters and is also sought after for shareholder disputes, while William Redgrave‘s practice is centred on obtaining freezing and disclosure orders. Lynne Gregory handles international fraud and asset tracing matters, with further expertise in insolvencies. James Sheedy, who was made partner in February 2022, handles the spectrum of trusts cases. Amy Benest joined the firm from Appleby in March 2023, adding to the team’s funds expertise, and Jared Dann joined the practice in early 2024 from the same firm. Charlie Sorensen moved to 3 Hare Court in November 2022.