Clare Bradin is Counsel in the Cayman Islands Litigation and Restructuring practice.

Clare has over a decade of experience supporting her clients to navigate their most complex, high value and strategically significant disputes and investigations.

She has a broad international commercial litigation practice including shareholder and contractual disputes, contentious regulatory matters, fund disputes and insolvency-related mandates, with a focus on the financial services sector. Her clients include banks, public and private companies, funds, directors and shareholders.

Clare’s regulatory enforcement experience spans all stages of the regulatory life cycle, from prevention through internal investigations to multijurisdictional disputes and investigations, particularly in relation to financial crime.



  • Acting for an Australian gaming and entertainment group in a shareholder class action concerning anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing compliance frameworks.
  • Acting for a superannuation fund in an Australian Securities and Investments Commission fees for no service investigation and dispute.
  • Acting for multiple multinational companies in cross-border and multi-regulator investigations concerning allegations of bribery and corruption.
  • Resolving a complex and sensitive contractual dispute for a multinational company seeking declaratory relief concerning the operation of termination clauses.
  • Defending a multinational automobile manufacturer in a six week consumer class action trial in the Federal Court of Australia.
  • Acting for a multinational company in a cross-border regulatory dispute concerning transfer pricing rules.
  • Defending various superannuation funds in proceedings challenging the legality of their decisions.
  • Advising numerous public and private companies on international regulatory issues concerning asset purchases, acquisitions and county entry, including in relation to bribery and corruption, sanctions and anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing due diligence and compliance.


Professional Background

  • Senior Associate, Allens Linklaters, Melbourne, Australia
  • Senior Solicitor (Secondment), Department of Health (Victoria), Australia
  • Legal and Policy Officer, Supreme Court of Victoria, Australia


  • The College of Law, Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, 2013
  • Australian Centre for Environmental Compliance, Certificate IV in Government (Investigation), 2012
  • The University of Melbourne, Bachelor of Laws (Honours), 2011
  • The University of Melbourne, Bachelor of Science, 2011

Bar Admissions

  • Attorney-at-Law, Cayman Islands, 2024
  • Solicitor, High Court of Australia, 2014 (not currently practising)
  • Lawyer, Supreme Court of Victoria, 2013 (not currently practising)


  • International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation
  • Recovery and Insolvency Specialists Association