Rachael Gregory is a member of the firm’s Litigation practice group. Her practice focuses on large-scale and often complex litigation matters, with an emphasis on financial disputes and civil fraud claims.
Many of Rachael’s cases have an international aspect and involve working as part of a team of global advisers. Her experience includes working on cases concerning cross-border and jurisdictional elements, tracing, forgery and enforcement issues.
Prior to joining Armstrong Teasdale, Rachael worked in the London office of an international law firm specialising in dispute resolution and complex commercial litigation. During that time, she spent a year in the Cayman Islands as part of the team representing the plaintiff in the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands’ longest ever trial and one of the largest fraud trials ever litigated worldwide.
- College of Law (LPC, with distinction, 2009)
- University of Leeds (LL.B., 2008)
- England and Wales, 2013
- Female Fraud Forum (Longstanding committee member, former Chair)
- London Litigation Solicitor Association (Member)
Charitable and Civic Involvement
- Supervising solicitor overseeing law students at pro-bono legal advice clinic
- Former school governor