Victoria Sampson > Cooper Burnett LLP > Tunbridge Wells, England > Lawyer Profile

Cooper Burnett LLP
NAPIER HOUSE
14-16 MOUNT EPHRAIM ROAD
TUNBRIDGE WELLS
TN1 1EE
England

Work Department

Corporate and Commerical law

 

Position

Partner at CooperBurnett, member of the CooperBurnett’s Management Board, Head of Corporate and Commercial Services and partner in our Corporate and Commerical team. Victoria advises on all aspects of corporate and commercial law, including mergers and acquisitions.

Victoria works with shareholders, directors, and partners of all types of commercial contracts. Regularly acting for banks and financial institutions in perfecting security, as well as advising on corporate finance matters.

Career

Victoria trained with CooperBurnett from 1996 and qualified as a solicitor in 1998, becoming a partner in 2001. She has been President of West Kent Chamber of Commerce and Industry on two occasions, is a previous President of Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge & District Law Society, and recently co-founded enTWine, the new business forum for Tunbridge Wells.

Languages

English

Leisure

Victoria enjoys long cycle rides, having rediscovered the sport during her training for our team’s epic London to Paris cycle ride in 24 hours in aid of Brain Tumour Research.

Lawyer Rankings

South East > Corporate and commercial > Corporate and commercial: Kent, Surrey, Sussex

Cooper Burnett LLP is a ‘local Kent firm but has the punch of a London firm’ with another client noting the team is ‘very polite, helpful and professional’. Operating out of Tunbridge Wells, the practice is led by the ‘highly responsive and articulate’ Victoria Sampson who ‘goes over and above to help clients’. The team frequently advises on commercial contracts such as change of control agreements and sale of businesses and share capital in the education and hospitality industries, among others. Russell Brinkhurst joined the firm in April 2023 and has a broad M&A practice, advising across a range of industries including the publishing and financial services sectors.