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Year of Call: 1993


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Clerk: Duane Hitchman

Clerk: Kenya Mendoza


Bridget specialises in commercial Chancery litigation with an emphasis on all aspects of company disputes (including share and/or business sale agreements, shareholder disputes, unfair prejudice petitions, joint ventures, directors’ duties) and insolvency (personal or corporate, contested administrations, officeholder claims) but also extending to professional negligence and property-related disputes.  Although her primary focus is on commercial Chancery matters, Bridget regularly advises and represents clients in cases involving property and trust-related elements.

Bridget is former joint editor of the insolvency chapter of the Landlord and Tenant Factbook and gives seminars in her fields of practice.  She has been a contributor to Practical Law’s Restructuring and Insolvency “Questions for Counsel”.

  • No matter how technical or how many moving parts there may be she cuts through it to provide straightforward advice

  • She holds the court’s attention, and is commercially savvy as well as technically knowledgeable

  • She is a pleasure to deal with and provides well-considered advice.

  • Great at mastering really complex detail.

  • She has an understated gravitas, which is very effective and persuasive.

  • She has good commercial acumen, and gives clear and concise advice.

  • Her advocacy skills make her a formidable opponent; she is an excellent barrister.

  • Bridget Williamson is an effective advocate who provides decisive and responsive advice.

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Career and Associations

Oxford University (First Class Honours, Modern Languages)

Practised as a solicitor, Hong Kong and London

Called to the Bar (Lincoln’s Inn) 1993

Chancery Bar Association member