Beth, who is based in Perth, advises clients on major construction disputes, international commercial arbitrations and cross-border disputes throughout Australia and Asia. Her experience includes advising on claims and cross-border transactions, organising project structures, developing procurement systems and drafting contract documents.
Beth has developed her practice in Australia for almost 20 years, initially based in Brisbane and Melbourne. She is also a qualified lawyer in South Africa where she acted for various commercial clients in respect of dispute resolution and the negotiation and drafting of commercial contracts before moving to Australia in 2000.
Beth is regularly called upon to present at legal and infrastructure sector-focused conferences and seminars in Australia, London, Asia and South Africa. She is also a graded arbitrator and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (London), the Australian Institute of Commercial Arbitration and the Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators Australia.
Beth is recognised in the legal directories as a leading practitioner in construction and arbitration - Chambers & Partners, Best Lawyers, Legal 500, Who's Who Legal and Doyles. Beth has recently been acknowledged by Best Lawyers in Australia 2020 as a leading Construction and Infrastructure Lawyer and for her work in the fields of Alternative Dispute Resolution, Construction/Infrastructure Law, International Arbitration and Litigation.