Alice is a barrister at the Victorian Bar, with deep experience in competition and consumer law, infrastructure access and economic regulation.
Since becoming a barrister in 2017, Alice has acted for and against competition and other regulators in relation to investigations, litigation and advice work, including on matters concerning merger clearance, misuse of market power (abuse of dominance), civil and criminal cartel conduct (including immunity applications) and other anticompetitive agreements, third party infrastructure access, misleading advertising and unconscionable conduct. She also advises on private litigation in these areas. Her experience in these types of matters includes experience in agricultural, entertainment, food, financial services, infrastructure, manufacturing, maritime, mining, retail, technology, telecommunications, transport and logistics industries.
Alice recently acted in Australia’s first criminal trial (and first jury trial) regarding cartel conduct, CDPP v The Country Care Group and Others.
Prior to becoming a barrister, Alice was a partner in Ashurst’s competition practice, during which time she was recognised in GCR’s global “40 under 40” list of the top competition and antitrust specialists under 40 years of age.
Alice has experience in litigation before the Australian Competition Tribunal, the Federal Court and the High Court, including appellate work. She is regularly recognised by major legal directories for her skills in competition law.