McKenzie has expertise in complex commercial litigation and has acted in numerous multi-million-dollar disputes including funded actions under Australian Corporations and Securities legislation and for institutional energy and resource companies. McKenzie also advises domestic and foreign institutions on Australian regulatory matters relating to financial services and credit licences and exemptions. She works with the Financial Services and Technology team to provide seamless advice from the very start of regulatory investigations to acting on significant enforcement matters before the superior courts.
Having previously worked in China and Southeast Asia, McKenzie draws upon her international commercial experience to assist in the provision of commercial and corporate advice to both the firm’s national and international clients. She conducts Arbitration proceedings and manages an international private law practice for her well published expertise on matters under the Hague Service Convention.
- The Legal 500 Asia-Pacific: Australia – Key lawyer for Dispute resolution: litigation – 2022 edition
Recent deals and media coverage
- Care a2 Plus’ US partner claims $200m in lost profits from failed deal – The Australian Financial Review, 10 August 2023
- Member, Australian Mining and Petroleum Law Association
- Member, Law Society of NSW
16 September 2021
Applications for taking evidence in Australia for Foreign Courts: A tool for resolving proceedingsRead More
18 September 2020
Sword or shield? Resisting the enforcement of arbitration awards in Australia and security for costs...Read More
27 April 2020