She has considerable experience in both the public and private sectors having worked for the European Commission, the UK Cabinet Office and the European Court of Justice prior to working in private practice. Susannah gained her law degree from Oxford University (LLM Hons.), a Maîtrise in International Relations from the Université Libre de Bruxelles and a Post Graduate Diploma in Economics for competition law from King’s College, London. She speaks French and Spanish.
Susannah became a Competition and Regulatory partner at Addleshaw Goddard in 2002. She worked directly for a number of clients from 2006 to 2007 and then launched Kemp Little’s Competition and Regulatory practice in 2008.
|2011||Keystone Law | Consultant Solicitor|
|2008-2011||Kemp Little | Partner|
|2006-2007||Keystone Law | Consultant Lawyer|
|2003-2005||Addleshaw Goddard | Partner|
|1998-2003||Theodore Goddard | Associate then Partner|
|1995-1998||Qualified as a Solicitor|
|1995-1998||Cabinet Office | European Fast Stream Lawyer|
|1994||Called to the Bar|
|1991-1993||European Commission | Consultant to the Directorate-General for International Trade and Commercial Relations|
|1990-1991||European Commission | Stagiaire then Consultant with the Directorate-General for Internal Market Policy and Industrial Affairs|