Lucy is counsel in Three Crowns’ London office. She has extensive experience advising and representing both investors and states in complex, high-value international arbitrations and litigations, including before AAA, ICC, ICSID, LCIA and UNCITRAL tribunals, pursuant to investment treaties and contracts. Lucy has worked on cases involving oil and gas, electricity, highway construction, telecommunications, satellite technology, waste processing and rock concerts in various regions of the world, including Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and North America. She also has extensive experience in: reviewing dispute resolution clauses in draft agreements; advising on settlement of international disputes; and advising on various international pro bono projects. Before joining Three Crowns, Lucy worked in the international arbitration practices of two leading international law firms in New York and London; taught at Columbia Law School and the University of New South Wales; and clerked at the High Court of Australia and the Queensland Court of Appeal. She is listed in Who’s Who Legal: Arbitration (2017), Who’s Who Legal: Arbitration Future Leaders (2017), and in UK Legal 500 for Dispute Resolution/Public International Law (2016).