Amelia is a special counsel in Gilbert + Tobin's Competition, Consumer + Market Regulation group. 

    She has extensive Australian and global experience across the spectrum of competition and consumer protection law, including in relation to merger and enforcement investigatory work. Amelia has particular expertise in complex multijurisdictional and domestic merger review and consumer protection matters.

    Prior to joining Gilbert + Tobin, Amelia was an antitrust associate in the London office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer practising in EU and UK competition and consumer law for over three years. 

    Amelia regularly advises global and major clients in a diverse range of industries including retail and consumer goods, aerospace and aviation, financial services, agriculture, infrastructure, information technology, financial services, and energy. Amelia’s experience includes having advised clients in relation to AB InBev’s acquisition of SABMiller, GrainCorp’s sale of its bulk liquid terminals, Ferrovial’s sale of Broadspectrum to Ventia and MYOB’s acquisition of GreatSoft. 

    Amelia holds a Master’s degree in European Competition Law from the King's College London and a Bachelor of Laws (Honours), Bachelor of Psychology from Macquarie University. Amelia is admitted as a solicitor in the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia. Amelia also holds a Diploma of Project Management from the Australian Institute of Project Management.