Katherine is an associate in the London office, specializing in international commercial arbitration, investor State disputes, and public international law. She has experience of working on high-value and complex arbitrations governed by a variety of institutional rules (such as ICC, LCIA, SIAC and UNCITRAL) and across several industries, including oil and gas.
Prior to joining Three Crowns, Katherine was a legal counsel at the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) where she handled the administration of over 100 international commercial arbitrations, including emergency arbitrations. She further has three years of prior commercial litigation experience at the Brussels Bar.
Katherine’s recent experience includes representing several leading oil & gas majors in two disputes relating to tax and production sharing, respectively, against States in the CIS region. She was also part of the team that successfully defended clients against multi-billion dollar counterclaims from the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq.