Aleisha Brown is counsel in our Litigation, Insolvency & Restructuring group in Hong Kong. Aleisha has experience in a broad range of commercial litigation matters, having acted for clients in relation to trust disputes, the winding up of offshore companies, limited partnerships and other structures, shareholder, investor and partnership disputes, schemes of arrangement, insurance claims and cross-border estate matters.

Aleisha is a STEP qualified Trust and Estate Practitioner (TEP) and advises individual and corporate clients including trustees, beneficiaries, protectors, and enforcers of STAR trusts on contentious and non-contentious trust matters. Aleisha has been listed as a Rising Leader in the Private Client Global Elite Directory 2021/22.

In 2020 and 2023, Aleisha was recognised by Legal 500 as a “key lawyer” and in 2019 was awarded a Worldwide Excellence Award for achieving the highest pass with distinction in the STEP Advanced Certificate in Cross-Border Estates (between 1 July and 31 December 2018).

Aleisha spent two years practising in the Cayman Islands before relocating to Hong Kong in 2018. After relocating to Hong Kong, Aleisha was seconded to a major international bank where she assisted the bank’s private wealth business on a range of matters relating to the establishment, administration and termination of trusts.



  • Insolvency and Restructuring
  • Trust and Estates Litigation
  • Partnership and Shareholder Disputes
  • Foreign Judgment and Arbitral Award Recognition and Enforcement
  • Cross-Border Fraud Litigation

Work Highlights

  • Acting as lead counsel to the Plan Administrator of the Chapter 11 US Bankruptcy Code Plans of Administration for the Pacific Andes and China Fishery group of companies.
  • Acting for dissenting shareholders in fair value proceedings arising out of the take private transactions of 51job, Inc. (in the Cayman Islands) and Jardine Strategic Limited (in Bermuda).

(Prior to joining Campbells):

  • Acting for a corporate trustee of a Cayman Islands trust in relation to the trustee’s application for directions as to the ultimate beneficiary of the trust.

Qualifications and Admissions

  • Admitted in the British Virgin Islands, 2024
  • Admitted as a Solicitor in England & Wales, 2023
  • Registered Foreign Lawyer, Hong Kong, 2018
  • Admitted as an Attorney of the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands, 2016
  • Admitted as an Australian Lawyer in the Supreme Court of Victoria and High Court of Australia, 2011
  • Honours Degree of Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours, University of Adelaide, 2010

Prior Career History

  • Ogier, Hong Kong
  • Harneys, Cayman Islands and Hong Kong
  • Allens, Melbourne


Professional Associations

  • Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP)
  • International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC)
  • Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Restructuring and Insolvency Faculty (RIF)
  • INSOL International
  • Women in law Hong Kong (WILHK)

Recognition and Awards

  • Rising Leader – Private Client Global Elite Directory 2021/22
  • Key Lawyer – Legal 500, 2000

Publications and News


  • Noteholder Litigation: Investors Beware.
    This judgment is an important reminder that investors must carefully consider the structure and underlying documents which govern their investments before seeking to enforce their rights.