Norton Rose Fulbright has promoted an international disputes specialist to director in the South African finance hub.
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has promoted of aviation, insurance and regulatory lawyer Claudia Jackson to director in its Johannesburg office.
As head of the firm’s South African aviation practice, Ms Jackson has a local practice which also includes southern African and international aviation insurance markets. She has achieved proficiency in complex international disputes, possessing a decade of experience after earning a Masters in International Dispute Resolution at the University of London. The firm notes she has “formidable relationships” with the insurance regulators in South Africa as well as experience in offshore law, global insolvency and restructurings, commercial litigation as well as regulatory investigations and enforcement actions.
“Leader in her field”
Marelise van der Westhuizen, CEO of Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa, commented “We are delighted to promote Claudia in recognition of her accomplishments with and contributions to our firm. She has established herself as a leader in her field, providing outstanding client service to insurers, brokers, intermediaries and outsource providers in the insurance market.”