In addition to representing clients in complex commercial litigation in Australia, Monique Carroll is a cross-border and regulatory disputes specialist and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Her experience includes working in Australia and China acting as advisor and counsel in international arbitrations, international trade and investment treaty disputes and as international counsel providing strategic oversight for regulatory and government related disputes across jurisdictions.
In 2012 and 2013 Monique worked in the Beijing office of King & Wood Mallesons where she gained a deep understanding of commercial and cultural issues relevant to China related disputes. Whilst in China, Monique represented SOEs, private companies and foreign clients in relation to private equity, emission reduction purchase agreements, joint venture, commodity and ship construction disputes, investment treaty protection and commercial and compliance matters before the Chinese courts.
Monique also has significant experience acting for Australian companies on cross-border risk mitigation including in respect of anti-bribery and corruption and enforcement of contractual rights.
Monique utilizes a variety of methods to resolve disputes: mediation and negotiation; constitutional and administrative challenges to government decisions; litigation and arbitration. She has experience with arbitration conducted under ICSID; the UNCITRAL Rules; London Arbitration Act, WTO Dispute Resolution Rules and GAFTA, and located in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore and London.
Client’s appreciate Monique’s ‘can do’ attitude, attention to detail and practical solutions to complex issues. In 2017, Monique was recognised as a finalist Special Counsel of the Year by the Women in Law Awards.
Monique Carroll, Special Counsel at King & Wood Mallesons, will be joining the Panel Discussion: The correlation between mining and infrastructure; how the Belt and Road Initiative aligns with mining growth, within the People, Projects & Infrastructure Initiatives conference at IMARC. Download the programme now.