Kerrie Le Tissier

Kerrie Le Tissier

Professional Support Lawyer

  • She is very knowledgeable in trust law, her advice is detailed and concise. She is very pleasant to talk to and to deal with
    Chambers & Partners

Kerrie Le Tissier

Professional Support Lawyer

Kerrie has over 16 years' legal experience in top offshore law firms in Guernsey, including as a Senior Associate in Collas Crill's award-winning Fiduciary Department. She recently gained 6 months' experience overseas as a Foreign Legal Advisor in the Private Advisory Department of Australian law firm Mills Oakley in Melbourne.

Whilst in private practice, Kerrie advised on a wide range of corporate, commercial and fiduciary matters, including trusts and other private wealth structures, business succession planning, investment funds and banking and finance transactions. Kerrie now uses her experience and technical knowledge and skills to provide professional legal support to fee earners in all of Collas Crill's offices (BVI, Cayman, Guernsey, Jersey and Singapore). She works with the firm's Group Head of Knowledge Management and partners and fee earners across the firm's practice areas to develop and maintain in-house precedents and know-how and to prepare internal and external updates on new legislation and legal developments.

Kerrie is recognised in the 2019 Legal 500 directories as a 'Next Generation Lawyer' and in Chambers and Partners 2019 directories as an ‘Associate to watch'. She is listed by Citywealth in its Leaders List and as one of the publication's Top 200 Power Women, and she received the silver award for ‘Outstanding Individual of the Year’ at Citywealth’s Future Leaders Awards 2018.

Kerrie qualified as a Guernsey advocate in 2009 and is also admitted as a solicitor of England and Wales (currently non-practising).

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