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Caitlin specialises in international arbitration in the Asia-Pacific region.

Caitlin's practice centres on international arbitration, including commercial arbitration and investment treaty disputes. 

Caitlin is currently based in Melbourne and has previously undertaken an internal secondment at the Herbert Smith Freehills Hong Kong office. Her practice sees her working on matters globally, with a particular focus on matters in the Asia Pacific Region. 

Caitlin also has experience in competition and regulatory law. 


Caitlin holds a Juris Doctor from the University of Melbourne and a Bachelor of International and Global Studies (Political Economy and Government & International Relations) from the University of Sydney. Caitlin is admitted as a solicitor in Victoria, Australia.

Experience & expertise

Selected matters

  • one of the largest cryptocurrency trading platforms in a HKIAC class arbitration seated in Hong Kong 
  • a telecommunications conglomerate in relation to ICSID proceedings against an Asian State relating to a taxation dispute 
  • a Thai property developer in an international arbitration concerning the construction of a luxury hotel and residential complex  
  • an LNG provider in an ICC arbitration seated in New York concerning the construction of an LNG facility 
  • an international consortium of energy majors in relation to a high value dispute with an African State