Sophia Rolle-Kapousouzoglou is a partner in Lennox Paton’s litigation and dispute resolution, and insolvency and restructuring groups.
Sophia has developed a strong reputation for handling complex insolvency cases and has established herself as a successful and tenacious trial lawyer. She appears regularly as lead counsel before the Bahamian Supreme Court and Court of Appeal.
With a growing reputation in the field of insolvency litigation, Sophia is described by Chambers Global as “a solid lawyer” and a “rising star”. She is a strong performer in contentious insolvency proceedings, and also wields great skill in other commercial disputes. She impresses sources with her industrious approach to the work she takes on, with The Legal 500 Caribbean (2020) noting “Sophia does an excellent job; she is highly recommended for being extremely professional, efficient and experienced. Working with Sophia is like working with some of the top firms in London.”
Sophia has acted in prominent cross-border insolvency cases, and also has experience in shareholder and company disputes and trust litigation. Her overall practice areas include advising clients with respect to contractual disputes; property disputes; fraud and asset tracing; Norwich Pharmacal applications; and applications for injunctions and other interlocutory relief.
Sophia is a fellow of INSOL International and a founding board member of RISA (Bahamas). She has contributed numerous articles to leading publications; has authored several chapters; and is regularly called upon to speak at leading international conferences, including INSOL, ABA, ABI and the AIJA, with respect to Bahamian law.Sophia is recognised in Global Restructuring Review’s “40 Under 40” list and was also featured in the magazine’s 2019 “Women in Restructuring” list.