Lottie Pyper Called to the Bar 2017

Lottie joined South Square as a tenant in October 2018.

She is presently instructed as junior counsel in the restructuring of Noble Group.

During pupillage Lottie gained substantial experience of all Chambers’ core areas of practice, including domestic and cross-border insolvency, restructuring, banking and finance, company law, commercial litigation, offshore and bankruptcy.

As a pupil Lottie assisted on a number of notable cases, including the Lehman Brothers International (Europe) scheme of arrangement, the successful challenge to the implementation of the MF Global CVA, proceedings arising from the disputed CBIR recognition of the debt restructuring of the International Bank of Azerbaijan and preparations for the forthcoming appeal in relation to claims arising from the Madoff fraud, Primeo v HSBC.

Having completed an internship at J.P. Morgan as a credit risk analyst, Lottie is familiar with financial analysis, modelling and the regulatory framework underpinning commercial finance.

Lottie graduated with a First Class degree in English Literature from Oxford University and a Distinction on the Graduate Diploma in Law from City University. She was called to the Bar as a Bedingfield Scholar, Gray’s Inn’s most prestigious award for that year.


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