Edwina in an international law specialist with particular expertise in China cross-border and regional Asian disputes.
Edwina has extensive experience in international arbitration, mediation, litigation and commercial negotiation and risk mitigation, global compliance and regulatory issues around climate change, anti-bribery and corruption and modern slavery.
Edwina has acted as counsel and advocate in arbitrations in all the major arbitral institutions in international trade, shareholder, joint venture and IP disputes in the retail, e-commerce, private equity, telecommunications, construction, energy & resources and international trade sectors.
Edwina is qualified to practice law in Hong Kong and Australia. Currently based in Sydney, Edwina has practiced in Beijing, Hong Kong and Perth. Edwina's working languages are English and Mandarin.
Edwina co-founded the China Young Arbitration Group in Beijing and has lectured at Tsinghua University Master of Laws Program in International Arbitration & Dispute Settlement in Beijing, as well as the University of NSW and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Diploma in International Arbitration. Edwina has been recognised for her expertise in Who's Who Legal as "Future Leader" in International Arbitration and Doyle's Leading Arbitration Lawyers Australia.