Sally Edwards > Ogier > St Helier, Jersey > Lawyer Profile


Work Department

Private Wealth


Sally Edwards is partner in Ogier’s Jersey office within the Private wealth team. She advises on a wide range of professional trustees, settlors and beneficiaries on all issues concerning Trusts and Foundations with a particular emphasis on drafting Trust deeds, advising on and drafting the documentation to restructure trusts, advising on high-net worth complex structures and advising on rectifying and mitigating breaches of Trust.

The leading directories recognise Sally’s expertise, and clients have described her as “the Jersey trust guru when it gets tricky” and “an outstanding talent in her field”.  She is a regular speaker at conferences on various aspects of trust and foundation law.

Sally is also a ranked lawyer in the 2019 edition of Chambers UK and The Legal 500, 2019, as well as the Citywealth IFC Power Women Top 200 list in 2018.


Trained Rix & Kay; Eversheds 1998-2002; trusts department Ogier 2003; partner at Ogier 2010.


STEP; Working Party for the Jersey Foundations Law.


Bristol University (1992 LLB Law); Leicester University (2001 LLM European Unions Law). Admitted in England and Wales 1995; Jersey 2009.

Lawyer Rankings

Jersey > Private client, trusts and tax

(Hall of Fame)

Sally EdwardsOgier

Ogier advises a number of individual private clients, investment banks and prominent local trust companies on large structures concerning both island residents and those elsewhere. James Campbell is the firm’s global head of private wealth, and Sally Edwards heads up the specific Jersey element of the team. Katherine Neal, who alongside more standard wealth work, handles a number of pensions mandates as the team’s head of employee incentives. Josephine Howe, a January 2019 partner promotion, is also notable. Richard Laignel and Katie Baxter are key managing and senior associates respectively, and counsel Henry Wickham joined from Bedell Cristin in 2019. The team also includes Steve Meiklejohn, the firm’s global senior partner who is also appointed as a trustee, and Victoria Grogan, who covers matters for islanders as the office’s head of wills and probate.