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Lee is a special counsel in the projects and international arbitration group of Corrs Chambers Westgarth in Melbourne. She has experience in arbitrations conducted under the ICC, ACICA, SIAC, DIAC, BCDR-AAA and UNCITRAL rules, advising clients and assisting arbitral tribunals. She regularly advises local and international clients on the drafting of arbitration agreements. She also advises on the potential enforcement of bilateral investment treaties and corporate structuring with a view to optimising investment protection, and has published on the CPTPP. She holds a bachelor's of civil laws from Oxford University, a bachelor of laws (first-class honours) and arts from the University of Western Australia, and has a diploma in international commercial arbitration from the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. From 2005 to 2006, Lee clerked for The Honourable Justice Kenneth Hayne AC of the High Court of Australia. She has practised at leading international law firms in London and Paris. She is a fellow at Melbourne University Law School and a sessional lecturer in the JD programme.
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