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Susy Bullock is an English qualified partner in Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher’s London office. She co-chairs the firm’s Transnational Litigation Practice Group and the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Practice.
Commercial and Transnational Litigation: Ms. Bullock has extensive experience in commercial litigation in the English and Cayman courts, including complex transnational litigation and financial services disputes. Prior to joining Gibson Dunn as partner, Ms. Bullock was Head of Litigation for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at UBS. In that role, she had responsibility for all litigation and contentious regulatory matters in the EMEA region for the bank including commercial and white-collar criminal litigation, as well as certain internal investigations.
Environmental Social Governance Practice: Ms. Bullock regularly advises clients on sustainability and business & human rights matters such as supply chain issues and investigations, emerging ESG legislation and regulatory requirements, human rights and policy training, ESG-related disclosures and Modern Slavery Act 2015 compliance, and ESG related disputes. She supports clients from a wide variety of industries including oil & gas, food & beverage, and technology. Ms. Bullock has supported the Thun Group of banks since 2016 – considering business and human rights issues across the banking sector, and is an ongoing (pro bono) advisor to a UK modern slavery charity.
Ms. Bullock is recognised as a notable practitioner in the inaugural edition of Chambers Crisis & Risk Management 2021, for Environmental, Social and Governance Risk. She was also previously named in Financial News’ “40 under 40” list as a rising star in legal services.
Queens' College - University of Cambridge - 2007 Master of Arts
Nottingham Trent University - 2005 Legal Practice Course
Queens' College - University of Cambridge - 2004 Bachelor of Arts
England & Wales - Solicitor