Anna worked as a M&A tax lawyer at KPMG Law in Melbourne, where she advised the Australian government and international clients including BP, Royal Dutch Shell, LafargeHolcim and Chevron. Anna moved to KPMG in London where she delivered legal programmes at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Government Legal Department. Anna left KPMG London to work at Amsterdam & Partners LLP where she represented high-net-worth individuals and multinational corporations in politically sensitive matters across the UK, Europe, the US and Africa in multi-jurisdictional disputes.
Alongside her work, Anna has undertaken a variety of pro bono legal work, including collaborating with the with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) on an advocacy piece in favour of the Kenyan government shifting its refugee policy. She is currently supporting a former interpreter to the British Army relocate his family from Kabul to the UK under the Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy scheme.
Anna is developing a broad practice encompassing all aspects of commercial, civil fraud, company and insolvency litigation and advisory work. She regularly appears in a range of general commercial matters.
Notable cases and highlights include:
Anna is developing significant expertise in matters originating from the Commonwealth Caribbean and in appellate work before the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. Her interest and experience in this area of practice encompasses constitutional law, human rights, judicial review, commercial law, general common law and criminal appeals.
Recent notable work includes:
Anna maintains a busy personal injury practice, encompassing matters arising out of road traffic accidents, employer’s liability, occupier’s liability, highways act and holiday sickness claims. She accepts instructions to advise on matters relating to liability, causation, quantum, evidence, costs and related procedural issues. She is developing particular expertise in defending matters which involve exaggerated, dishonest and fraudulent claims which raise issues of fundamental dishonesty.