Elizabeth specialises in international arbitration, public international law, and business and human rights. Elizabeth has experience in arbitrations administered by different institutions, including the ICC, LCIA, AAA/ICDR, PCA and HKIAC, and across various jurisdictions, including New York, Hong Kong and The Hague. She has advised clients in the oil, gas and telecommunications industries.
Prior to joining Three Crowns, Elizabeth worked in the international arbitration group of a leading law firm in its New York and Hong Kong offices. She also interned at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre. She previously clerked at the Supreme Court of New Zealand and has experience working for the New Zealand government and at a leading New Zealand law firm.
Elizabeth received a BA (majoring in French and Political Studies) and LLB (Hons) from the University of Auckland, where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the Auckland University Law Review. She obtained her LLM from Yale Law School as a Fulbright Scholar and served as an editor of the Yale Journal of International Law. Whilst at Yale, she was a member of the Allard K. Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic and assisted with cases brought before the European Court of Human Rights.