Elizabeth joined the Dispute Resolution Department in June 2010 following eight years at White & Case in London.
Elizabeth has experience in domestic and international commercial litigation, international arbitration, regulatory investigations and white-collar crime including extradition. Clients include major companies - including those in the IT sector - and financial institutions. Elizabeth has advised on a broad spectrum of matters including contractual disputes, regulatory investigations, international arbitrations, judicial review actions and complex jurisdictional issues.
In 2008, Elizabeth was seconded over a ten-month period to the global research division of an international bank in a risk management role involving regulatory, compliance and contentious issues. As such, Elizabeth is familiar with some of the commercial and legal issues that financial institutions regularly face.
Elizabeth has presented on “Recent Developments in Extradition” at the Complinet Financial Crime Conference and has co-authored various articles on developments in international regulatory enforcement, including articles published in Butterworth’s Journal of International Banking and Financial Law and the International Financial Law Review (“Executives Confront New Extradition Threat” – the only non-US winner of a Burton Award for legal writing excellence).
Solicitor, England and Wales, 2003
Legal Practice Course, Chester College of Law, 2001
LLB (Law with American Law), University of Nottingham, 1999