Briana is our Professional Support Counsel in the London office. She has over 20 years’ experience of international arbitration law and practice in the UK, Europe and Asia. She supports Three Crowns’ clients and colleagues on a broad range of legal and procedural issues relating to arbitration and international law, ensuring that our advice reflects latest developments and best practice. In addition to knowledge management, Briana is responsible for coordinating external publications, devising and delivering internal and external training, and working with the firm’s leadership team on business planning, strategy and pricing.
Briana is an active member of the international arbitration community. She serves as Vice Chair of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre and Chair of the HKIAC Proceedings and Rules Revision Committees. She is a member of Hong Kong’s Advisory Body on Outcome Related Fee Structures for Arbitration, in which capacity she was closely involved in introducing and drafting new legislation to permit success fees for arbitrations in the territory. Briana writes and coordinates content for numerous international arbitration publications and sits on Practical Law’s Editorial Board. She is a regular speaker at arbitration events, and has taught at Tsinghua University, Beijing and the Paris Arbitration Academy.
Briana graduated from Oxford University with a BA in Classics.
She is admitted to practice in England & Wales and speaks English and French.