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Publications: 22 February 2023

The FCA’s latest thinking on sustainability – where will UK regulation go next?

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published a Discussion Paper (DP) (DP23/1) titled “Finance for positive sustainable change: governance, incentives and competence in regulated firms”1, which…

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Publications: 26 January 2023

Podcast: Environmental and sustainability outlook 2023

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Publications: 24 January 2023

EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive: The countdown has started

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Blog Post: 21 December 2022

COP15 – A new framework for nature

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Admitted as a Solicitor (Australia), 2018

Admitted as a Solicitor and Barrister (New Zealand), 2018


Bachelor’s degree International Relations and Affairs (Mandarin and Spanish), New York University, 2014

Juris doctorate degree, Melbourne Law School, 2017

Master’s degree Chinese Business Law, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2018


Published work

  • ‘Brexit and Historic Fishing Rights under the Law of the Sea Convention’, paper presented at the Australia and New Zealand Society of International Law (2021)
  • ‘Facilitating a Coordinated International Response in Times of Crisis’, United Nations ESCAP (co-authored with Dr Tracey Epps and Georgia Whelan) (2020)
  • ‘Regulation of the New Zealand Organics Sector’, chapter published in Regulatory Issues in Organic Food Safety in the Asia Pacific, Dr Rohan Price and Bee Chen Goh (eds) (co-authored with Dr Tracey Epps) (Springer, 2020)
  • 'Subsidies and New Industrial Policy, Are International Trade Rules Fit for the 21st Century?’ in the New Zealand Yearbook of International Law (co-authored with Dr Tracey Epps) Vol 16, 2018
  • ‘What is the Relationship Between ‘Rule of Law’ and Economic Development?’ in the New York University Journal of Politics & International Affairs Vol 15, 2014