Jasmin is an associate in Carey Olsen's dispute resolution, insolvency and trusts and private wealth teams in the Cayman Islands. She advises on a broad range of complex and high-value commercial and financial services litigation, cross-border insolvencies and trusts disputes having appeared before the Courts in a number of jurisdictions. Her clients include companies (and their officers, members and creditors), insolvency practitioners, trustees as well as HNW individuals and families.
She is an active member of INSOL, STEP and the Chancery Bar Association. Jasmin has been recognised by eprivateclient's Top 35 Under 35, Citywealth's Future Leaders list and was a finalist for STEP's Young Practitioner of the Year award. She has been invited to speak at seminars and conferences in the UK and internationally.
Jasmin is also a bilingual German speaker.
Jasmin obtained an LLB with First Class Honours from Griffith University and completed additional legal studies at Oxford, the College of Law and Caen University. She is admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland, the High Court of Australia and the Senior Courts of England and Wales.
Prior to joining Carey Olsen, Jasmin spent five years with an international offshore law firm in Guernsey where she specialised in contentious trusts, commercial litigation and insolvency work. She was called as an Advocate of the Royal Court of Guernsey in 2019.