Dual qualified in England and Wales and in Texas, and practicing in the field since 1998, Lucy now practices as an independent arbitrator. Lucy began her international arbitration career with Linklaters LLP in London in 1998 and spent three years specializing in ICC arbitration in Paris with Linklaters from 1999-2002, before returning to London then moving to join the international arbitration practice of Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP in Houston in 2008. Lucy has particular experience with energy and licensing disputes and questions of interpretation and construction under English law. Noted as "One to Watch" by Global Arbitration Review, as an Expert in International Arbitration by Legal 500 and as a "Future Leader in Arbitration" by Who's Who Legal, Lucy is particularly known for her work in Diversity and Inclusion, having published widely in this field. She received her BA and MA in Law from Cambridge University, is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) and is chair of the North America Branch of the CIArb. She was a member of the board of ArbitralWomen.