James Williamson

Vannin Capital (London)
Associate Director

James works with law firms and claimants on how third-party funding can be pursued and utilised across a broad range of high-value commercial litigation disputes. Based in London, his role focuses on identifying and providing a full appraisal of disputes that Vannin will consider for funding, as well as monitoring disputes that Vannin has committed to fund. Prior to joining Vannin, James was a Senior Associate at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer where he worked across sectors and advised clients on a diverse range of complex, and often multi-national, commercial litigation proceedings and contentious regulatory issues. These included shareholder, civil fraud, banking, tax and company law disputes, as well as collective actions, public law matters and global investigations. James holds a BA in History (First Class) from University College London and an MPhil in Historical Studies (Distinction) from the University of Cambridge. Having completed his legal training and qualifications at BPP law school and Freshfields, James was admitted as a Solicitor of England & Wales in 2012.

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