Commercial lawyer in London - Rachel Sallnow

Rachel Sallnow

Senior Consultant


Most recently Rachel was Head of the Consumer Legal team at Vodafone UK, where she managed a team of 8 lawyers to provide legal support to Vodafone UK’s Consumer business. Prior to that she spent over 8 years in-house at Sky in their Consumer Legal team advising on commercial, consumer and advertising and marketing matters.

Relevant experience includes:

  • Drafting, reviewing and negotiating a wide variety of commercial agreements for large UK based businesses, including retailer agreements, online agency agreements, sponsorship agreements and supplier agreements.
  • Advising on key product launches and product developments for large UK based businesses, including advising on consumer contracts and the impact of consumer legislation, terms and conditions and customer journeys.
  • Advising on high value marketing campaigns for large UK based businesses across a broad range of media and ASA complaints, competitor complaints and ASA investigations.

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Key Practices


Advertising and Marketing


Media and Entertainment.

Education & Training

I trained at CMS Cameron McKenna (now CMS) and qualified into and spent 3 years in their Technology and IP team.  Prior to my training I read Law with International Legal Studies at the University of Bristol with a year abroad at the National University of Singapore. I studied the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School.

Legal Roles

Head of the Consumer Legal team at Vodafone UK

Legal Counsel in Sky’s Consumer Legal team

Associate in CMS Cameron McKenna’s Technology and IP team.

Client Secondments

Legal Counsel at Diageo GB

Legal Counsel at Atos Euronext Market Solutions.

Other Interests

I am a busy Mum of 3. I love keeping fit, travelling and skiing although these days don’t get to do these things as much as I’d like!

A social cause I am passionate about

I am passionate about protecting our environment and reducing our impact on the planet.

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