Lynne Calder > Collas Crill > St Helier, Jersey > Lawyer Profile

Collas Crill
GASPE HOUSE
66-72 ESPLANADE
ST HELIER
JE1 4XD
Jersey

Work Department

Dispute Resolution

Position

Of Counsel

Lynne joined the firm in September 2016 and is part of the Dispute Resolution team, offering specialised private client services.

She undertakes a wide range of civil and commercial and regulatory matters with particular emphasis on construction disputes, contentious trusts, banking litigation, property and professional negligence claims.

Lynne has significant experience representing high-profile clients in a range of contractual and commercial disputes, the team being the favoured advisor for many of Jersey’s high net worth individuals and families on their private, property, trust and family disputes.

Career

Lynne was sworn in as an Advocate of the Royal Court on 4 March 2021 and admitted to the Jersey Bar. Lynne was also presented with the Law of Contract award and the Testate and Intestate Succession award in recognition for achieving the highest mark in the 2019 and 2020 examinations respectively, both examinations taken as part of her studies to qualify as a Jersey Advocate.

She qualified as a Scottish solicitor in 2002, having obtained an LLB (Hons) Law Degree from the University of Glasgow and my Diploma in Legal Practice. Prior to joining Collas Crill, Lynne worked for leading UK law firms in both Glasgow and Edinburgh and is a member of the Law Society of Scotland.

Lynne was promoted to Of Counsel in 2022.

Languages

French (basic); Spanish (basic); German (basic)

Memberships

Law Society of Scotland

Education

Lynne joined the firm in September 2016 and qualified as a Scottish solicitor in 2002, having obtained an LLB (Hons) Law Degree from the University of Glasgow and her Diploma in Legal Practice. Prior to joining Collas Crill, Lynne worked for leading UK law firms in both Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Lawyer Rankings

Jersey > Dispute resolution > Dispute resolution

(Rising stars)

Lynne CalderCollas Crill

According to clients of Collas Crill, ‘the advice given and case management is first rate‘. The team, which is most known for trust disputes, handles domestic and cross-border disputes, and in Jersey, lawyers have experience in cases before the Privy and Royal courts. Damian James  is the practice head, with a stellar reputation among clients for trust disputes, where he has substantial experience in high-value, multi-jurisdictional and -party cases, often working alongside Dan Boxall . Nuno Santos-Costa  is a commercial litigation expert, with a strong track-record in trust, contract and fraud-related cases. He also acts as a crown advocate, prosecuting criminal cases on the island. Simon Hurry ‘s practice spans corporate disputes, as well as insolvencies, fraud cases, asset tracing and recovery. Senior associate Lynne Calder  has developed a name for herself in construction and property disputes, but also takes on contentious trust issues, banking litigation and professional negligence claims. Sam Williams  is another key lawyer.