She also works closely with her Dispute Resolution colleagues in connection with trustee representations to court and her Corporate colleagues in connection with commercial transactions involving trusts or foundations. In addition, Josephine has spent time on secondment as in-house legal counsel to a local trust company.
Clients say that Josephine is “technically very strong”, “responsive” and “practical in her approach to complex matters”.
Josephine is a member of STEP and a member of the Jersey Finance working party on Family Offices in Jersey.
Josephine has been recognised by both Legal Week Private Client Global Elite in 2019 and Chambers HNW in 2018 as 'One to Watch', by Legal 500 in 2020 and by Citywealth every year since 2015 as a Future Leader as well as being included in the Citywealth Leaders lists.
Josephine contributes to articles for various publications including Trust & Trustees, Offshore Investment, Jersey Finance and e-private client and regularly presents to local trust companies and has spoken at the Jersey International Business School and the International Trusts Congress in London.
Josephine received her LLB, with Honours, from the University of Glasgow and her Diploma in Legal Practice from the Glasgow Graduate School of Law. She was admitted as a Solicitor and as a Notary Public in Scotland after training with Bishops LLP (now Brodies LLP) in Glasgow and was admitted as an Advocate of the Royal Court of Jersey in January 2009.
2009 - Jersey
2005 - Scotland (not practising)