Elizabeth's main interests lie in revenue and trust law. A specialist in taxation and commercial litigation, her expertise spans a broad range of areas, including land tax, stamp duty, income tax and capital gains tax.
Since being called to the Bar, Elizabeth has gained extensive experience in relation to Australian Taxation Office audits, objections and disputes. She has represented Australian and non-resident high wealth individuals, private groups, corporate groups, the Commissioner of State Revenue and the Commissioner of Taxation.
Elizabeth recently assisted The Honourable TRH Cole AO RFD QC in a convocation concerning a major construction dispute in the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory. She also has an interest in administrative law and has been briefed in immigration and care and protection matters.
Elizabeth is currently completing a Masters of Taxation and is actively involved in mentoring University of New South Wales and Sydney University law students through the King & Woods Mallesons and the Herbert Smith Freehills mentoring programs.
Chief Commissioner of State Revenue v Metricon QLD Pty Ltd  NSWSA 11
UNSW Global v Chief Commissioner of State Revenue (2016) NSWSC 1852
Maraya Holdings Pty Ltd v Chief Commissioner of State Revenue  NSWCA 408
Ferella v Chief Commissioner of State Revenue  NSWCA 378